Narcissus Calgary is characterized by its
flamboyant white ruffles. The double blooms, with finely curved petals, start out
with a cream colour and ripen into a bright and pure white. Each stem produces
one or two flowers.
This magnificent descendant of the Thalia daffodil flowers from mid to late spring and prefers fertile and moderately moist soil. In these circumstances, it will multiply easily. It produces pale link flowers if planted in a beetroot. Worth a try!
|Plant depth||2-3 Times the height of the bulb|