Equal Time (More or Less) for Narcissi
In an earlier post I established that Tulips are better than Narcissus. However, as a socially responsible garden blog, I endeavor to present multiple points of view and also to comply with the Equal Time Rule (Communications Act of 1934, 47 USC Sec. 315). Although there are limits to everything, so please don’t ask me to write about Fritillaria.
Therefore, I present to you some of our later-season Daffodils. Judy has stated several times that this has been an exceptional year for Daffodils in our garden, and I wouldn’t disagree with her as far as that goes.
‘Mount Hood’ is a gleaming white Trumpet Daffodil.
I think this is ‘Flower Record’. I like the combination of the red edging with the white petals.
I think this is probably ‘Sentinel’, which is a Large Cupped variety. From the last three you can tell I am partial to white Narcissi.
And here’s a classic old Trumpet Daffodil, ‘King Alfred’.
Well, that’s enough Narcissi for now. More Tulips coming soon!