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Ruffles of the inner flower that fill the bloom are a creamy mixture of whites and golden-orange. This beautiful arrangement blooms in January with a highly sweet fragrance. Ben, who once worked for the company, often recalls seeing them bloom in the many coastal areas that he visited while working for the company. One such site, was behind a bar near the Texas Gulf Coast. On this site, bear bottles, trash, and old tires were often thrown, but Ben found the Double Romans pushing up through the mess and even through the center of a tire, blooming their heavy colorful heads in an otherwise dull landscape.
Narcissus tazetta orientalis Double Roman' is considered the double form of the Chinese sacred lily. Some call it 'Constantinople' and, while others claim that these are two different plants. While they will survive in areas north of Interstate 20, best performance of these plants is in less frost-prone regions of Texas and the South. Large clumps will continue to offer show stopping displays for years to come. Plant this bulbs about 4"-6" below the surface of the soil.