Narcissus Triandrus Thalia might as well be called Snow White, with its ultra white flowers. This delicate flower has slightly curved petals and a cup-shaped inner crown. On each stem, it produces 2-3 flowers. The thread-shaped leaves are blueish green. Because of its distincitve shape, it is also called orchid daffodil. This fragrant perennial was introduced in 1916 and still thrives happily in a sunny spot and on well-drained fertile soil, where it will multiply easily. To achieve a magical effect, you can plant it in a group together with Muscari Armeniacum (grape hyacinths).
|Plant depth||2-3 Times the height of the bulb|