Division 10 Bulbocodium narcissen

Bulbocodium daffodil cultivars Characteristics of Section Bulbocodium clearly evident: usually one flower to a stem; perianth segments insignificant comperd with the dominant corona; anthers dorsifixed (ie attached more or less centrally to the filament); filament and style usually curved.

Division 10 Bulbocodium narcissen

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Narcissus 'Arctic Bells'
Division 10. A richly flowering Hoop’s petticoat with creamy white flowers. Several flower stalks emerge from each bulb, flowering starts as early as February and continues for weeks. Likes to be warm and dry in summer. This selection is also from...
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Narcissus 'Julia Jane'
Intro: 1966. Division 10. A well-growing form of N. romieuxii subsp. romieuxii with beautiful soft yellow, outward bulging flowers. Selected by J.C. Archibald in 1966 from a wild collection of Moroccan origin.
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Narcissus 'Spoirot'
Intro: before 1998. Division 10. An ivory hoop skirt daffodil. The shape of the small flowers resembles a hoop skirt. Named after Hercule Poirot. H. Poirot is a fictional Belgian detective and starred in a book series by Agatha Christie. The early...
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Narcissus bulbocodium 'Oxford Gold'
Intro: 1629. Division 10. Hoop’s petticoat. Origin: Algeria, Morocco, Spain, Portugal and south-western France. The range consists of a large-flowered selection that flowers much better and more abundantly than the species, with several flower...
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Narcissus cantabricus Nylon Group
Division 10. A group of unselected offspring developed from N. cantabricus var. foliosus x N. romieuxii, Douglas Blanchard, United Kingdom, before 1949. The flowers of the offering, sourced from a German enthusiast, open lime yellow and turn to...
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