Narcissus jonquilla ssp. cerrolazae


If you look at the corona (the trumpet) of N. cerrolazae, it is divided into 6 distinct lobes, the edges of the lobes can be serrated in some plants or waved in others, but the species does usually have this cleft corona, which is always lacking in N. cordubensis.

It is happy in the open garden, in a fertile, well-drained soil in full sun, or a bulb frame, or an alpine house in a pot or pan, where you can enjoy its glowing, golden flowers in close proximity. Ours fill the glasshouse with scent for weeks on end.

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