All sweetly fragrant. Jonquilla Narcissi has slender foliage and stems bearing from two to six flowers with small cups.
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The outstanding Jonquilla Narcissus ‘Baby Moon’ casts a warm glow with its abundant, radiant, buttercup yellow flowers borne in clusters of up to 6 blooms per stem. The rounded, star-shaped petals surround a neat, miniature cup. Fine, cylindrical foliage blends easily with other plants and fades subtly at the end of the season. Jonquilla ‘Baby Moon’ is heavily scented, with an exceptional citrus perfume – be sure to place some in pots by the door, and in naturalising drifts by walkways to fully appreciate the fragrance. Prolong the cheerful presence of daffodils in your garden with these terrific late bloomers.
Jonquilla Narcissi Bell Song.
Ivory-white petals with light pink cup.
Demure and delicate, Jonquilla Narcissus ‘Blushing Lady’ attracts admiring attention without ostentation or gaudiness. Soft, pale blonde petals develop a glistening white halo, whilst the central, ruffled crown emerges as a muted peach tone and deepens to coral. With a bouquet of up to 3 flowers per stem, ‘Blushing Lady’ radiates an exquisite fragrance which floats enticingly on the breeze. Entrancing for container displays as well as for naturalising amongst lawns and borders, where the reed-like leaves blend imperceptibly with grass and other plants. Flowering slightly later in the season, this darling daffodil is ideal for bridging the gap into mid-spring.
This Odorus Plenus is the true ‘Queen Anne’s Double Jonquil’: with a lineage which can be traced back to 1601, this deeply historical variety retains its appeal over 400 years on. Jonquilla Narcissus ‘Campernelle Double’ sports layers upon layers of deep yellow, pointed petals, displayed in a ruff like a lion’s golden mane. Clusters of up to 4 flowers per stem produce an outstanding fragrance sufficient to stop you in your tracks. These bright blooms make a spectacular feature for spring pots, and for planting in naturalising drifts for a burst of colour amongst lawns and borders.
More and More
This aptly named little live-wire just keeps on giving: Jonquilla Narcissus ‘More and More’ produces masses of button-like blooms, flowering for longer than any other. Highly productive despite its petite stature, multiple heads are borne on each stem for an impressive, floriferous show. This hard-working, fantastically fragrant narcissus is especially suited to animating rockeries, dotting along pathways, edging borders, and brightening pots. Continuing to flower after most other daffodils have petered out, ‘More and More’ then seamlessly passes the baton on to the tulips as the season continues. Its slender, chive-like foliage fades subtly, ready to reappear the following year.
Jonquilla Narcissi Orange Queen.
Warm yellow flowers with orange-yellow cup, slightly ruffled at the edges.
Jonquilla Narcissus ‘Pipit’ only gets better with age – watch in wonder as this remarkable flower gradually develops to reveal its true colours. Emerging as a vibrant, sulphur-yellow bloom, look closely and you will see the central trumpet pale to porcelain white, permeating outwards to blanch the base of the petals too. This ‘reverse’ bicolour creates an eye-catching effect with marvellous depth and contrast. Long-lasting, multi-headed and supremely fragrant, ‘Pipit’ is happy to bask in the limelight in pots, at the front of borders, and dotted amongst rockeries.
The chic, understated, refined blooms of Jonquilla Narcissus ‘Pueblo’ belie the vigorous, prolific, weather resistant qualities which have earned this outstanding variety an RHS Award of Garden Merit. Immaculate, milk-white petals with a pale, vanilla cream centre sit atop fine, grass-like foliage which merges easily amongst lawns and borders. Take advantage of the sumptuous scent of this Jonquilla by filling containers next to doors and walkways to release the sweet perfume as you brush past. Long-lasting flowers, with multiple heads held on each sturdy stem, provide an abundance of blooms for a stylish spring spectacle.
Animated and endearing, the neatly formed, dainty heads of Jonquilla Narcissus ‘Quail’ nod and dance in clusters held on slender stems. The glorious, deep golden hue of this late flowering variety provides striking contrast to other mid-spring bulbs to create a carpet of rich colour. This free-flowering Jonquilla has been awarded the Royal Horticultural Society’s Award of Garden Merit, with the committee describing it as ‘outstanding’. Robust, prolific, and eager to naturalise, ‘Quail’ offers a cheering sign of spring when planted in dramatic drifts amongst lawns and borders. Enjoy clouds of intense fragrance by positioning in containers next to doorways and seating areas.
The name ‘Sabrosa’ means ‘tasty’ or ‘delicious’ in Spanish: although this daffodil is not edible, the citrus blooms are certainly a delectable sight. The petite petals are the colour of lemon curd, matched by a luscious, zesty aroma. This Jonquilla Narcissus bears the accolade of an RHS Award of Garden Merit in recognition of its versatility, resilience, and reliability in the garden. The long-lasting flowers dangle in clusters of up to 4 heads on sturdy stems, bringing a burst of sunshine to pots and rockeries, and naturalising happily in swathes amongst lawns and borders.
Glide into spring on the sails of Jonquilla Narcissus ‘Sailboat’. With petals flying backwards as though swept on the breeze, this multi-headed narcissus proves robust even in the face of choppy spring weather. A funnel-shaped trumpet the colour of pale dawn sunshine stands proud of a translucent white perianth. The RHS has given this variety its highest seal of approval with an Award of Garden Merit as testament to its reliability. Cruising its way easily amongst borders, lawns, rockeries and containers, ‘Sailboat’ offers an invigorating scent, as revitalising as a brisk sea breeze.
The exceptional Jonquilla Narcissus ‘Sun Disc’ resembles the dazzling circle of the sun in a cloudless sky. With broad petals arrayed in proximity, the perianth forms an uninterrupted, unusually rounded shape, with a foreshortened eye at the centre. Glowing deep golden yellow, this daffodil captures the sun’s radiance, adding warmth to your garden even on a grey day. Especially rapid to increase, this variety is ideal for naturalising amongst lawns and borders – you will soon be basking in swathes of resplendent colour and sumptuous scent. Boasting an RHS Award of Garden Merit, ‘Sun Disc’ is a proven first-rate performer.
Cruising onto the daffodil scene, Jonquilla Narcissus ‘Yellow Sailboat’ is the new sister to the much admired ‘Sailboat’. This novel variety offers all the advantages of the original in a fresh, vibrant lemon shade. With up to 3 heads per stem, this multi-headed narcissus provides plenty of highly fragrant blooms. The finely pleated, funnel-shaped trumpet is framed by pointed petals which are swept backwards, as though caught on the breeze. ‘Yellow Sailboat’ floats easily amongst borders and lawns in drifts and adds bright buoyancy to rockeries and containers.
Two Tone Mix
Jonquilla ‘Two Tone Mix’ combines the cool, sparkling white of ‘Sailboat’ and the warm sunshine glow of ‘Yellow Sailboat’. Like scintillating light as it dances on the surface of rippled water, the two colours bounce off each other and glint in the sun’s rays. Planted in a harmonious pairing, the seafaring siblings bloom perfectly in tandem. Petals are swept backwards like sails billowing in the breeze, surrounding a funnel-shaped crown. With the distinguished ‘Sailboat’ flaunting an RHS Award of Garden Merit, this delightfully scented duo will flourish in containers and will naturalise happily amongst borders and lawns.