Narcissus dubius

Narcissus dubius

Narcissus are native to Europe, North Africa surrounding the Mediterranean Sea. They are generally easy to grow commencing growth in the winter or spring and dormant in summer. Many will tolerate large amounts of water during summer if they have good drainage, and some retain their roots while dormant. Our bulbs are planted in light soil and light shade. It seems to work ok for us. Some Narcissus will not flower reliably unless they get a fair amount of winter chilling, while others are fairly frost-tender and will be damaged by a succession of freeze thaw episodes. The quality of the flowers will remain consistent if bulbs are divided every few years.

Description and Distribution:
Coming from the Iberian Peninsula (Spain and Portugal) flowers have a wonderful scent that are very capably fills the corner of the garden. Flowers appear in spring. Some references refer to genetic studies been undertaken and as a result is it considered that this species is a hybrid N. assoanus and N. papyraceus. 

From our nursery


Posted on

January 23, 2018