Wordless Wednesday 29/1/14 – Narcissus romieuxii

Narcissus romieuxii subsp, Albidus v. Zaianicus From Oulmes-knenifra, Morocco
Narcissus romieuxii subsp, Albidus v. Zaianicus
From Oulmes-knenifra, Morocco
Narcissus romieuxii subsp, Albidus v. Zaianicus
Narcissus romieuxii subsp, Albidus v. Zaianicus
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11 Comments Add yours

  1. owenldn says:

    beautiful Helen!!

  2. Cathy says:

    They are different – you are getting an interesting collection, aren’t you Helen?

  3. Anna says:

    Oh what a delicate looking attractive flower. I can almost feel another addiction coming on. Do you grow these under cover Helen?

    1. Helen Johnstone says:

      Hi Anna
      actually bought it on Saturday but I have some others. They need protection so a cold frame would do but good light apparently. I think my fascination is with these more than snowdrops

  4. I really like the light clean yellow. And the stamen look like they belong on an oriental lily.

    1. Helen Johnstone says:

      Hi Jason
      I love how fragile it looks

  5. Yvonne Ryan says:

    Are they also know as hooped daffodils? My Ikebana teacher used to have a lot, I seem to have lost mine with all the shifts. Spring on the way for you!

    1. Helen Johnstone says:

      Hi Yvonne
      I think they might be called hooped daffodils, these aren’t too hardy outside but it’s lovely to feel that spring is in the way

  6. hillwards says:

    So delicate; very beautiful indeed.

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