Narcissus Poeticus Recurvus
Narcissus poeticus recurvus, commonly known as the “Pheasant’s Eye” Daffodil, is a charming and delicate flowering bulb that belongs to the Amaryllidaceae family. Renowned for its captivating beauty and graceful appearance, this variety of Narcissus is a cherished addition to gardens, landscapes, and floral arrangements. This striking variety features elegant, pure white petals that encircle a small, central cup adorned with a striking and intricately patterned, red-rimmed corona. The corona’s vivid red hue beautifully contrasts with the pristine white of the petals, creating a captivating visual spectacle. The name “Pheasant’s Eye” alludes to this distinct corona and its resemblance to the eye of a pheasant.
It typically blooms in the late spring to early summer, adding a touch of elegance and fragrance to gardens during this season. Its sweet, lingering scent further enhances its allure, making it a popular choice for cut flower arrangements and perfumed gardens.
Height: 30-50cm approx. Plant 15cm apart in a sunny or part shady position. Flowers: April-May.
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