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Narcissus White Lady started out as an historical cut flower, famous in the 1890s, now sadly rather more rare. It is white with a small yellow cup, sweetly scented, a step-sister to Seagull. 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 White Lady bulbs should be planted 4-6" (10-15cm) deep, 4" (10cm) apart in a spot with good light and moist conditions in spring, shaded and drier in summer. They should clump up in time. Do not be tempted to cut back or tidy the foliage after flowering as this period of replenishment of the bulb''s starchy food reserves is critical to future flowering. A liquid feed while the leaves are still green will benefit clumps in poorer soil.
Height 18" (45cm)