April 8, 2019 By Noemi Van In Garden Plants
I expressed the opinion previously that N. watieri, a tiny jonquil, was not easy to grow and it does, in most cases, warrant that reputation. I grew six bulbs for something over ten years in a well-drained bed.
The choice of what species or cultivar to grow depends on the facilities the garden can offer for their accommodation. In an alpine lawn, or dwarf shrubs, or ledges in the rock garden, N. cyclamineus, N. minor, N. rupicola, N. bulbocodium and cultivars derived from them will be most suitable. For naturalising, the taller N. poeticus, N. pseudonarcissus, and the stronger-growing, more vigorous hybrids are to be preferred. To provide a spring bedding, or in groups down the border, great play can be made with the brighter modern hybrids.
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