A small, dainty hardy bulbous perennial with grass-like leaves to about 6″. The flowers are a creamy white trumpet and it has almost no perianth, meaning the trumpet stands alone. It started blooming for us in early March in its first year after planting.
Pronunciation: nar-SIS-us bulb-oh-KOD-ee-um
Species Meaning: Woolly bulb
Narcissus bulbocodium is native to southern and western France, Portugal, and Spain.
Full sun to partial shade in well-drained soil
Royal Horticultural Society Division 10
White Petticoat was a new introduction by W. van Lierop & Zonen in January 2017.
In Our Garden
Plant ID: P20153
Found in Tuxedo Lane,
At the intersection with the main path in with Helleborus ‘Dark and Handsome’
We acquired this plant from Van Engelen.
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