Narcissus ‘Pueblo’ (Jonquilla Daffodil) produces creamy-white flowers with ever so slightly more creamy cups in the centre. The stem will yield one to five flowers, each of which gives off a sweet fragrance, and also produces slender foliage at the base.
These fragrant flowers are perfect for growing at the front of a spring flowering border or along a pathway where the scent can really be appreciated. They can also be planted in pots and containers on a patio, or used as a cut flower for a centre piece on a table at a special occasion. If planted directly into soil or in a lawn, the bulbs will naturalise and spread efficiently over the coming years.
Plant the bulbs a minimum of 10cm deep in the soil in Autumn, and around 10cm apart from each other to create space for the flowers to bloom. Daffodils perform best when planted in a sunny spot that is also sheltered from the wind.
- Daffodils with multiple shades on cream in the petals and cup
- Best planted September to November
- Position in full sun or partial shade
- Requires fertile, well-drained soil
- Flowers in April & May
- Average size: 30cm x 10cm
- Pack of 25 bulbs