Narcissus Geranium has a perianth of pure white and a deep orange red cup. Several, scented flowers per stem growing up to 35cm tall.
Narcissus Geranium is in the Tazetta daffodil family, and can be used as forced flowers.
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- Colour: Orange, White
- Height: 35cm
- Bulb Size: 12/14cm
How to grow:
- Hardiness: Hardy
- Soil Type: Moist
- Position: Full sun, Semi-shade
- Bulbs per m2: 100
- Planting depth: 15cm
Narcissus Geranium has a perianth of pure white and a soft burnt orange red cup. It is an Heirloom variety, with several medium sizes flowers per stem, making its own scented bouquet on each stem. It is a very stylish narcissus that sits well in pots or at the from of beds. It will grow up to 35cm and flower in April which is quite late for daffodils.
Narcissus Geranium is in the Tazetta daffodil family, and can be used as forced flowers which means they go through a process to trick the bulb into flowering. After planting they are treated to cold dark conditions for around 6 weeks and then brought into the warmth. It is something you can do at home to bring these flowers out over winter. For the bulbs to produce flowers the following year they have to be a good size.
Planting Narcissus Bulbs
Plant narcissus bulbs in Autumn, at one-and-a-half times their own depth, slightly deeper in light soils or grass. Narcissus bulbs prefer well-drained soil that is moist in the growing season in spring, in full sun or light dappled shade.
Narcissus are relatively low maintenance and will come back year-on-year. They benefit from being deadheaded as the flowers fade, and allow the leaves to die down naturally so that the bulbs have nutrients to come back the following year.
You can propagate narcissus bulbs by division when clumps have formed. Gently lift and separate bulbs, to replant as the leaves fade in early summer, or in early autumn before new roots are produced.
Read our article about planting daffodils and narcissi in bulk >