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'Loth Lorien' Daffodil Bulbs

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The details

  • Group 3: Small-cupped Daffodil
  • Colour: White/yellow
  • Height: 45 cms
  • Scent: No
  • Flowering: March/April
  • Planting Depth: 10-15 cms
  • Planting Months: September - November
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Loth Lorien Narcissi Bulbs

Loth Lorien is an utter delight. Pure, snow white petals are like arms stretched wide to frame the shallow, ruffled, lemon yellow trumpet on this beautiful flower. The green at the base becomes more accented as the central corona lightens with the passage of time. This is one of the brightest and best of our spring flowering narcissi because, in spite of its dainty looks, Loth Lorien is as tough as old boots and is one of the most resilient narcissi to grow where the winds blow...

As well as being a superb specimen for naturalising in grass, this is a narcissus that also thrives in flower beds and containers. While on the subject of naturalising, we also recommend our naturalising tulip collection to add to the fun. Because of its height, use elegant Loth Lorien in pots as a central feature surrounded by early primroses or pansies or have a look at our miniature daffodil selection too.

Features of Loth Lorien Narcissi

  • Group 3: Small-cupped Daffodil
  • Colour: White/yellow
  • Height: 45 cm
  • Scent: No
  • Flowering: March (in warmer areas) otherwise April
  • Planting Depth: 10-15 cm
  • Planting Months: September - November

Did You Know?

Loth Lorien was the realm of the Elves in Tolkien's Lord of the Rings trilogy. It was reputed to be beautiful beyond belief, and the elves provided the toughest resistance to the evil of Mordor. 


Loth Lorien works well in borders, containers and grassy areas where they naturalise happily.

Narcissi grow in most soils and locations but ideally like full sun and pH neutral to alkaline soil that is fertile and holds some moisture during the growing season.

Bulbs should be planted about 10-15 cm deep. In grass and lighter soils, you can go a bit deeper. Remember almost all bulbs HATE waterlogged ground.

Dead-head when the flowers start to fade, and allow the leaves die back for 6-8 weeks before mowing.