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Narcissus W.P. Milner has flowers that are pale straw at first, but quickly change to milky white, with swept-forward petals, beyond which peeps the shy trumpet. The plant itself is small in stature. 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 dating to before 1869. Many more remain to be rediscovered and loved again.
Narcissus W.P. Milner bulbs should be planted 4-6" (10-15cm) deep and 4" (10cm) apart where it will remain cool, moist and safe from activity above them in the summer. We would suggest you plant them in distinct groups and not randomly as the effect is generally better. 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 starchy leaves are still green will benefit clumps in poorer soil.
Height 9" (22cm)