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|Delivered as:||Flower bulb or tuber|
|Flower colour:||White, Yellow|
|Flowering period:||April, May|
|Flowering and growth height:||16 - 20 inch|
|Planting depth:||4 - 4.7 inch|
|Planting distance:||4 - 4.7 inch|
|Place / planting position:||Partial shade, Sun|
|Hardiness zone:||5, 6, 7, 8, 9|
|Number per m²:||60|
|Suitable for pots and planters:||No|
|Deer and rodent proof:||Yes|
|Available:||August till December|
Narcissus Recurvus is also called Pheasant’s Eye due to its trumpet that has the same colour combination as pheasant’s eyes. The flower features six narrow, white petals and a small yellow trumpet with red, ruffled edge.
Poeticus Narcissus group features large daffodils with powerful aroma and six big and white petals with a small cup-shaped corona (often in red and yellow tints) in the centre. The flowers bloom in the late-spring season, which makes them last longer and they look wonderful in combination with other late bloomers. The bulbs can quickly multiply and last for many more years to come! Daffodils are also deer and rabbit resistant.
Greek mythology says that there were handsome young men and beautiful young women, who were obsessed with admiring their own beauty that their personalities turned out to be very self-centered and narcissistic. As a result, the gods transformed them into the beautiful narcissus flowers.