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Dwarf Daffodil (Narcissus) Collection

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Mixed Dwarf Narcissi

Get your garden ready for Easter with an early flash of sunshine colour from these dwarf "rockery" narcissi - just one of our collections of mixed spring-flowering bulbs

A selection of our most popular dwarf narcissi types, providing you with a variety of vibrant spring-blooming daffodils ideal for naturalising, containers, beds, borders and more. Counted randomly from a mixture containing Tete a Tete, Thalia, Minnow, Jetfire, February Gold and Hawera narcissi bulbs amongst others:

  • Tete a Tete
    the most popular selling of our narcissi dwarf daffodil collection, its golden yellow star-shaped flowers bloom in early spring and provide a delicate scent.

  • Thalia
    not your stereotypically daffodil, the Thalia offers a wonderfully fragrant and striking pure white bloom that opens in mid-April.

  • Minnow
    one of the smallest of our dwarf narcissi collection, the dainty Minnow has multiple blooming heads bearing up to five small clusters of flowers. It blooms between March and April.

  • Jetfire
    a jet-bright explosion of oranges and reds, the dainty daffodil packs a lot colour in for its small size and solitary flowers

  • February Gold
    the earliest flowering of our narcissi, blooming in February and March after a mild winter. The lemon-yellow flowers sit on short 'necks' acute to the stem for a different looking daffodil.

  • Hawera
    the latest flowering of our collection, blooming a pale to canary yellow from March to early May. Its fragrant flowers grow as many as up to six per stem, providing a bright bloom lasting longer than other varieties.

Dwarf narcissi are particularly hardy despite their delicate appearance and are ideal for beginner gardeners. Their ability to grow in both partial shade and full sunshine makes them highly versatile. Truly brilliant plants.


Bareroot planting is best done between October and April
Bareroot and potted - what's the difference?

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