Narcissus broussonetii MSF 652

An autumn flowering species from W. Morocco, producing multiple, distinctly long tubed, smallish, clove-scented white flowers, usually up to five per 40cm stalk, over grey-green leaves. One of the earliest flowering of all the Narcissi, in autumn, and rarely seen in cultivation, even less often available for sale. This needs a mild climate to grow outside, but is very easy in a pot, given the shelter of a cold glasshouse. This stock originally from near Essaouira.

Pot size: 9cm



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