Daffodil orangery will produce flowers that have a white perianth with a bright orange centre. An excellent garden plant Orangery has a very distinctive flower shape and looks stunning in any garden setting. Once known as butterfly daffodils they are now classified as split corona.
Butterfly narcissi orangery as they where once known are quite a superb group of narcissi. They are now called split corona narcissi and the characteristics of the flowers are very distinctive and colourful. Cultivate soils to a depth of 15-20cms and plant bulbs 15cms deep in soils that are well drained. In heavier soils add grit and humus matter during cultivation to help with drainage and plant bulbs slightly shallower. In lighter soils ensure they have plenty of humus matter which will provide food and also retain water. They will benefit from using bulb starter when first planting. Feed during the leaf and flower stage to ensure the bulbs are fully nourished to provide the following years growth. Ideal foods are well rotted humus matter, Bone meal and tomato food as they contain high levels of phosphate and potash.
Tip: Do not cut off or tie up the leaves as this will not allow the bulbs to take in nutrients for the following years growth. Work really well when grown with mid season tulips such as fosteriana tulips
Narcissi/daffodils are divided into many divisions and split corona varieties are ever increasing in popularity. They can be grown in containers as well as in the garden and can be left to naturalise for a number of years.
Ideal foods are well rotted manures, tomato feed and bone meal.
Flowering Height: 35-40cms (14-16″)
Flowering Period: March-April
Soil type: Free draining fertile soils that do not get water logged.
Aspect: Prefer to be grown in semi shade but they will also grow well in full sun.
Planting Depth: 15cms
Spacing: 10-15cms apart.
Full growing instructions provided.
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