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Narcissus Bath''s Flame dates back before 1913 and was a common daffodil at the height of the Cornish cut flower trade with long strong stems excellent for picking. It has a primrose-yellow flower with an orange cup. These historical daffodils have particular interest for us. They have a quaintness and informality that is largely lost in modern daffodil breeding, yet they have stood the test of time having been at their peak of popularity in Victorian times. Many more remain to be rediscovered and loved again.
Narcissus Bath''s Flame bulbs should be planted 5-6" (12-15cm) deep and 4-5" (10-12cm) apart in cool rich soil in sun or part shade. They do best with a moist spring and a dry summer.
Height 20" (50cm)