Large Cupped Narcissi
Large Cupped Narcissi have one flower to a stem with large cups but the corona is not longer than the perianth segments.
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A deep salmon-pink cup sits at the heart of a ring of creamy-white petals on Narcissi ‘Accent’. The pretty trumpets fade to a lighter, blushing shade of pink as blooms mature.
This eye-catching Narcissus is a florist’s favourite – a fabulous and charming cut flower for spring bouquets and arrangements, emitting a delightful fresh scent, evocative of warm spring days.
Sun-proof ‘Accent’ will bloom prolifically, naturalising where planted to be admired for years to come.
Large Cupped Narcissi Altun Ha.
Greenish-yellow flowers, white at centre with a lemon-yellow cup.
Strap-like glaucous foliage contrasts with the mesmerising flowers of Narcissus ‘Bantam’, highlighting their eye-catching beauty. A flattened and crinkled golden cup with a distinctive vibrant orange rim, sits nestled in a bed of rounded rich-yellow petals.
Brilliant for cutting, divinely scented and great for naturalising in garden borders, radiant Narcissus ‘Bantam’ is a worthy holder of the prestigious Award of Garden Merit from the RHS.
A prolific bloomer, big, bold, and bright yellow - classic Daffodil ‘Carlton’ is a worthy holder of the respected ‘Award of Garden Merit’ from the RHS. A Narcissus grown extensively for cutting as the staunch flowers bloom early and in abundance. A wide perianth and large open trumpet in matching egg-yolk yellow make ‘Carlton’ a robust and reliable option for perennial planting, and a faithful favourite amongst gardeners and florists.
The silken ivory perianth contrasts beautifully with the rich coral cup of Narcissus ‘Cool Flame’, bringing a dreamy edge to spring borders and containers when it blooms in April. This romantic looking Daffodil pairs well with pink and apricot shades, both in the garden and in the vase. Strong, sturdy, yet tall stems make this hybrid Narcissus a must for the cutting garden.
A delicate-looking, Heirloom Daffodil – Narcissus ‘Fortune’ opens its buds in March to reveal buttery yellow, paper-thin petals and a glowing marmalade trumpet. A favourite for naturalising in open grassy areas and orchards, reliably returning every March. Scatter the bulbs in a random pattern and plant where they fall to create a natural drift of spring colour.
‘Fortune’ can also be forced in pots for a ray of indoor sunshine.
Long-lived with large, fragrant blooms of creamy white – the flowers of Narcissus ‘Ice Follies’ reliably reappear every March, emerging in a shade of soft spring yellow and gradually lightening as they age. Winner of a prestigious ‘Award of Garden Merit’ from the RHS, ‘Ice Follies’ will naturalise and gently spread to create a carpet of showy, snowy blooms.
A classy choice for landscape planting and lining a driveway.
The large, mandarin-orange cup of Narcissus ‘Loveday’ pops against its buttercup-yellow perianth making this dazzling Daffodil one which stands out from the crowd when it blooms from early spring. The petals appear gently brushed with white from the centre to the tip as blooms age and the outer edges curve pleasingly inwards.
Long, yet strong stems hold blooms aloft in the most challenging of weathers, making ‘Loveday’ brilliant for cutting and arranging.
Mass plant this colourful Daffodil for a bold spring look.
Exuding charisma and charm, ‘Mary Bohannon’ beams in spring sunshine, radiating warmth with her saturated colours. The perfectly proportioned and sizeable blooms feature a large, deeply serrated and frilled glowing orange corona and six perfect lemon petals, which reflex slightly when fully open.
Plant as part of a colourful spring mix, or in bold clumps or ribbons throughout the garden for dramatic effect.
Underplant shrubs and trees and illuminate otherwise blank spaces with the bright-eyed beauty of Narcissus ‘Misty Glen’. Featuring glaucous blue-green foliage, rounded white perianth segments and a small straight cup with a green ‘eye’, this dapper Daffodil is worthy of its RHS Award of Garden Merit. Handsome looks, reliability and a robust nature make ‘Misty Glen’ a must-have for refreshing a spring garden, cutting and container planting.
Large Cupped Narcissi Over Easy.
White perianth with pink cup.
A desirable Daffodil to bring a modern romantic edge to spring garden and container planting, ‘Pink Charm’ is an exquisite variety of peach-pink Narcissus. The central coral cup blends beautifully to warm yellow at its apex, whilst the translucent white petals glow in sunlight helping to further highlight the colours.
This delicate and feminine Narcissus blooms from early April, sometimes with two flowers per stem. A gorgeous variety for cutting and arranging.
Large Cupped Narcissi Pipe Major.
Bright sunshine-yellow with an orange/red cup.
Showy Narcissus ‘Precocious’ is blessed with a frilly, flared cup of rich flamingo-pink, enhanced by a velvet ivory corolla. Dark blue-green foliage adds to Narcissus ‘Precocious’ statement looks.
This RHS award-winning Daffodil demurely bows its head as it flowers in early spring, seemingly attempting to hide some of its beauty, yet still outshines its spring companions. Be sure to plant this Daffodil where it will be admired, in colourful clumps, or graceful swathes in long grass or borders.
The soft yellow petals of Narcissus ‘Red Devon’ reflex back gently as it opens, fully exposing a flaming orange cup. This large headed, colourful Daffodil retains its vibrancy, even in full sun.
‘Red Devon’ is an excellent Daffodil for naturalising and produces strong, sturdy, upright stems making it a good option for planting on exposed sites and for cutting and arranging. A lovely addition to cheerful spring pot displays.
Bold and fresh-looking, the bodacious blooms of Daffodil ‘Roulette’ are an attention-grabbing choice to add to your Narcissus collection. A bi-coloured cup is supported by a clean white perianth, helping to show off the vibrant yellow and orange ruffled centre.
‘Roulette’ is a popular Narcissi with a robust growth habit for stand-out spring displays and cut flowers. This Daffodil adds a pop of colour and interesting texture to floral arrangements and bouquets.
Soft yellow perianth with apricot-pink crown.
Translating as ‘always ahead’ or ‘always forward’ from Italian, the ‘Sempre Avanti’ Daffodil is perhaps named as such due to its strong, forward-facing blooms. The spectacular large flowers remain in perfect condition throughout their long flowering period during March and April and are one of the best cultivars for naturalising.
Popular since Victorian times, Narcissus ‘Sempre Avanti’ features gently undulating alabaster petals, tinted creamy-yellow where they meet to surround a fluted rich-orange cup.
The immaculate blooms of Narcissus ‘Stainless’ add a contemporary feel to spring planting. With a dash of green deep in the eye, these perfectly proportioned flowers bloom in a traditional large Daffodil shape, whilst being pure white in colour; dazzling when they catch in sunlight and uplifting a dull corner.
Regarded as the best large-cupped white Narcissus, ‘Stainless’ flawless beauty must be seen to be believed.
Looks sensational in a white border with Tulips, Fritillaria and late Hellebores.