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Last autumn we planted the double-flowered form, Narcissus jonquilla 'Flore Pleno' in the beds of our brick garden.
Black Narcissus was an extremely lucky winner of that contest as she was toiling 20 lengths behind the leader Goring Two at the last and was presented with the win when that rival unseated his rider at the last.
This lovely bulb (also called Narcissus tarzetta) , a member of the Amaryllis family, is a native of the Mediterranean area right through to Turkey and Israel, and grows well here mainly as a pot plant.
Hyacinths and Narcissus Paperwhite are the most common varieties
How can we, since so many of us ARE like Narcissus, gazing lovingly at the photographic selves we've created, then putting them online, for the admiration of all?
Narcissus Is Dreaming is a straightforward account of reality with a twist.
Inside Light Poet's narcissus is not allergenic, preservative free, and can be used in any formulation from skin care to make-up applications.
Thus, Eliot's religious inclinations find an echo in his early poems, especially "The Love Song of Saint Sebastian" and "Death of Saint Narcissus.
Good choices for beds and borders include Narcissus 'Fortune'', the classic variety with a broad orange cut, and the fragrant 'Altruist'', with its rounded yellow petals and deep orange-red cup.
It was reported that, in soil application, NPK mixture in ratio of 1: 3: 4 respectively was the best which affected positively on plant length and bulb weight in Narcissus incomparabilis cv.