Landscape-Sized N. Mount Hood

(1 W-W) Circa 1930, this award-winner opens with a 4" creamy-yellow perianth and a cylindrical greenish-yellow trumpet with a flanged rim. It gradually matures to glistening ivory-white. It is known as one of the all-time best white naturalizers. Narcissus Class: Trumpet or Long Cupped Daffodils (Royal Horticultural Society Division 1). Bulb size: SP 12/14 cm. April. HZ: 3-7. 18" to 20".

Narcissi are The Art & Soul of Spring.

Narcissus Horticultural Tips
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Available in units of 250 with volume unit discount pricing.

1 Unit 250 bulbs $152.25
4 Units 1000 bulbs $585.50
10 Units 2500 bulbs $1,405.25
20 Units 5000 bulbs $2,693.50

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Naturalizing Narcissi for Landscapers
For professional installations of massive naturalizing Narcissi, we offer these spectacular varieties, one bulb size smaller than the Double Nose II bulbs that we normally carry, in economical units of 250. Known as landscape-size bulbs, these deer- and rodent-proof naturalizers will flower the first spring, although their flowers may be a bit smaller. They ordinarily “catch-up” to our DNII narcissus bulbs in one year. There are numerous miscellaneous bulbs that are also well-suited for massive naturalized landscapes. Some of them include: Crocus, Scilla siberica Spring Beauty, Galanthus, Muscari armeniacum, Muscari Mixture, Leucojum, Hyacinthoides non-scripta, Hyacinthoides hispanica Excelsior, Chionodoxa, Anemone blanda, Allium sphaerocephalon and Lily Mixtures. Bulb size: SP 12/14 cm. April/May, unless otherwise noted. Plant 6" to 8" deep and at least 6" apart. HZ: 3-7, unless otherwise noted. 16" to 20".

Narcissi are The Art & Soul of Spring.

Narcissus Horticultural Tips
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