|Flowering heights: 10 ins|
|Month: February into March|
|Clare Bulb Co comment:
Lobularis is one of the original
varieties of daffodils, also known as The Tenby Daffodil, the national
flower of Wales. It is sometimes referred to as pseudo-narcissus. Very
easy to naturalise in a woodland setting, being among other things,
deer-proof. The bulbs are very small, and if they are not, they are not
If the price seems a bit high, try February Gold. It has very similar characteristics.
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).