Another example of the result of crossing N. romieuxii zaianicus var. lutescens (yellow) with N. cantabricus (white).
Something different and a lot higher (approx. 30cm) is Narcissus tazetta ssp. grandicrenatus.The photos show a close-up of the flowers.
I think I have a new-found love, dwarf *white* narcissus species and crosses. Well, I love them all, yellow or white, but the white petunioid forms are particularly captivating. Thanks for posting all these entrancing small Narcissus.
Massachusetts, USA, near the New Hampshire border USDA Zone 5
antennaria at aol.com
These minis are exquisite.
St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada
1800 mm precipitation per year
Flowering in the rockgarden in a semi-shaded spot : Narcissus triandrus
Narcissus cuatrecasii var. eqimonensis blooming now and sweetly scented (native to Spain)
Albany, Oregon USA. Pacific Northwest, elevation approximately 200ft zone 8. Winter wet and Summer Dry. Hot enough to ripen the peaches.
My first narcissus of the season opened yesterday...Topolino.
And a very nice one too Todd.
in Devon, UK Zone 9b
Lovely pics all -here's my contribution ---
A number of the winter flowering Narcissus are just coming into bloom down here.
Close up of a nice sps ,( pure white in colour ,unfortunately because of the light conditions at the time it appears as slight cream). --(label lost many moons ago :) )
Bottom of the South Island New Zealand
Zone 8 maritime climate
1100mm,(40 in),rainfall p.a.
Nil snow cover