Indoor Flowering Narcissi
Plant so that the top half of the bulb shows above the soil line. Narcissi need 12 weeks in cold storage. Paperwhites and Grand Soleil d’Or can also be planted in pebbles with water up to the base of the bulb. To keep the water fresh add a small amount of charcoal. Place in a window and they will flower in 6 to 8 weeks.
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Narcissus ‘Bridal Crown’ bears loose clusters of frilled, ivory, and yellow flowers which release a sweet perfume as they open up.
This beautiful, heirloom variety has been awarded a prestigious Award of Garden Merit and is as popular as ever with gardeners, florists, and plant enthusiasts.
Our premium quality bulbs are designed to be forced to flower indoors, during wintertime and require 12 weeks of cool storage after planting before being moved into a warm, bright space to bloom.
The sight of a frothy, dancing cluster of these spring beauties will be sure to raise a smile whenever you see or smell them in your home.
Chinese Sacred Lily
Narcissus ‘Chinese Sacred Lily’ is a tazetta species of daffodil, mainly grown for its wonderful, honeyed-citrus fragrance.
Each stem produces a cluster of up to 10 delightful flowers with creamy-white petals and a tiny yellow cup.
Perfect for forcing to flower indoors during winter, the bulbs require around 12 weeks of cool storage after planting before being moved into a warm, bright space where they will bloom after 3-4 weeks.
Believed to bring good fortune for the year ahead if it blooms during Chinese New Year, the ancient Chinese Sacred Lily is thought to have been brought to China via the Silk Road over 1200 years ago, perhaps for medicinal purposes, and can be found growing wild in China, Japan, and Korea.
Perhaps the most highly scented of all Narcissus, ‘Erlicheer’ bears a mass of frilly, double florets in shades of ivory and primrose yellow.
A fabulous, multi-headed daffodil for forcing and bringing perfume and flounce into the home during winter, the bulbs of ‘Erlicheer’ are best planted shallow in pots or bowls, before storing in a cold, dark space for 12 weeks prior to flowering.
Each bulb will produce 2-3 stems of up to 10 ruffled flowers on each.
After you have enjoyed a bountiful indoor display, the bulbs may be planted in the garden during October and flower the following spring.
Grand Soleil d'Or
Excellent for indoor forcing, Narcissus ‘Grand Soliel d’Or’ will bring a ray of sunshine into your home during the gloom of winter.
This showy daffodil produces elegant, upright stems topped with clusters of golden yellow flowers and contrasting orange cups – perfect for creating a warm and welcoming, cheerful indoor display.
Our premium quality bulbs are best planted with half of the bulb showing above soil level, in pots or bowls before being stored in a cool, dark area for 12 weeks to produce a healthy root system. Then bring them out into a bright, warm space such as a sunny windowsill where they will flower after 6 weeks.
Paperwhite Grandiflora Ziva
Trusses of twinkling white flowers emit a heavenly perfume into the home when they bloom on Paperwhite Narcissus ‘Ziva.’
This pure white, classic indoor Narcissus is often grown and forced to flower at Christmastime, creating a stylish and scented festive display.
Plant the bulbs soon after you receive them and store in a cold, dark place to form roots if you wish to delay flowering. Expect blooms 4-5 weeks after planting or once placed on a sunny windowsill. The bulbs can also be grown on a layer of gravel or small pebbles and water.
Each stem will produce up to 10 delicate blooms.