] Any Narcissus lovers here?

Nils Hasenbein via pbs pbs@lists.pacificbulbsociety.net
Fri, 23 Apr 2021 01:17:38 PDT
Thanks, Vlad!

No, I didn't know Flying Colors. Great suggestion, and just in time, as 
it seems - new list end of April.

Our garden is large (3000 sqm) and open, so I need large varieties in 
general, and the more subdued the colours are, the more flowers it needs 
to catch the eye in the surrounding landscape. We live on a slope, and 
you can enter the garden via a meadow, where many (small) feet have now 
made a visible path. My long-term project is to highlight that path with 
daffodils planted to its side. I assume that such a display would work 
well with less showy varieties, as the eye is then hopefully caught 
either by some brightly coloured varieties as "focal points", or by the 
overall impression of the arrangement.

Personally, for larger Daffodils, I like white and slightly cream or 
yellow coloured varieties best, so Mount Hood is already on my list. But 
I have also just realized I have to reflect on my preferences in Daffs a 
bit more - in pots, I would go for species or very colourful varieties.

Our poeticus do not increase so far. What I got are single flowers and, 
judging from the foliage, still single bulbs. I'll watch them closely. 
This year, I am just happy they are back.

Have a good weekend, everybody!


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