April 3, 2019 By Noemi Van In Garden Plants
Some species having been granted specific status have subsequently proved to be natural hybrids, but botanists still argue in quite heated terms on the subject. Fortunately, botanical precision is not part of the gardener’s education, so when in doubt I consult the Royal Horticultural Society’s Dictionary of Gardening for guidance, and then walk on tiptoe along the path the relevant page indicates.
A tiny, deep yellow trumpet daffodil growing only 4 inches (10 cm) high which blooms early in the year, it is adventurously early in northern districts, and frequently suffers the punishment of weather-damaged flowers. That N. asturiensis grows under natural conditions some 6 to 7000 feet (1800 to 2100 m) up on mountain sides in northern Spain explains the bulbs’ careless indifference to our weather.
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