|Flowering heights: 14 ins|
|Month: February into March|
|Clare Bulb Co comment:
Lobularis is one of the original varieties
of daffodils, sometimes incorrectly known as The Tenby Daffodil, (which
is actually Obvalaris)
Lobularis was probably the variety Wordsworth spotted when wandering beside the lake, composing his famous poem. Short and sturdy, a fine addition to the early garden, (the daffodil, not William).
The bulbs are very small, but produce good flowers.