Daffodils or Narcissus

Narcissus pseudonarcissus "Lent Lily"

$5.00

Harsh conditions often deter other bulbs from blooming during the cold February months, but one brave daffodil is in a class all of its own. The traditional trumpet shaped Lent Lily (Narcissus pseudonarcissus), is the first narcissus to be called a...

Narcissus 'February Gold'

$10.00

This early blooming daffodil signals spring, and every year I am warmed to see its cheery blooms so early. We cherish it also for it large cupped shape bloom, reminiscent of the more traditional large cupped daffodils. Every year, they come back in our...

Narcissus 'Ice Follies'

$10.00

Beautiful white petals with large yellow cups. An old friend once told me that 'Ice Follies' looks good by itself, and so does 'Carlton' but when you put the two together you get the show of a lifetime. That person was right. 'Ice Follies' is one of the...

Narcissus 'Jetfire'

$10.00

Elegant swept back petals on small compact plants. After six years with The Southern Bulb Company, some Narcissus have made a huge impression on me even though I have not seen them in some of the most historic sites. I feel as if these beauties must be...

Narcissus 'Sir Winston Churchill'

$5.00

This bulb holds up to its stately title! Creamy-white and yellow-centered with 3-4 ruffled blooms atop multiple stalks, this double daffodil is a treasure of a bulb. A sweet citrus fragrance accents perennial blooms in zones 3-8. Contact...

Narcissus tazetta 'Erlicheer'

$5.00

A double flowered tazetta packed with fragrance and long lasting cut flowers. Tightly clustered rosettes of creamy white petals that perfume an entire garden with a sweet smell in the latter part of the spring. It is very similar in form to, and could...

Narcissus tazetta 'Double Roman'

$5.00

Contact info@southernbulbs.com to be on the waiting list for this product.   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...

Narcissus tazetta 'Falconet'

$10.00

A brightly colored multi-flowering Narcissus great for forcing in the spring. Have you longed to force a daffodil for the spring season? Then I first suggest you read our section on forcing for paperwhites and then apply the same basic principles to...

Narcissus x intermedius 'Texas Star'

$10.00

Narcissus x intermedius 'Texas Star' has become a favorite around the Southern Bulb Co. The name says it all, as this uncommonly 'Texas tough' hybrid between a jonquil and a tazetta performs well on clays, sands, ditches and even dry ground. Although...

'Twin Sisters' Narcissus

$10.00

Narcissus x medioluteus March offers many opportunities for garden color, but as April approaches, daffodil blooms become scarce. One April blooming narcissus, N. x medioluteus (also called "Twin Sisters" or "April Beauty") affords the opportunity of a...

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Campernelle Mix - 10 bulbs!

$5.00

Narcissus x odorus (Campernelles) and other Narcissus, in all sizes. Enjoy this fragrant medley of early spring blooming (February to March) yellow flowers! Full winter sun. Multiplies rapidly! Ships in brown paper bags saying "Row 11 Campernelle Mix"

Grand Primo Narcissus Mix - 10 bulbs!

$5.00

The primary Narcissus in this mix is the robust 'Grand Primo'. It generally stays in bloom for over 3 weeks and has solid stalks with multiple thick white flowers with yellow centers. Other Narcissus are mixed in, such as the early blooming old-fashioned...

Narcissus 'Carlton'

$10.00

'Carlton' is our best chance for a large, repeating, yellow trumpet shaped daffodil. Middle to upper-South residents enjoy this bulb year after year. It rings the nostalgic "daffodil" note that so many long for in their gardens. Plant with 'Ice Follies'...

Narcissus 'Fortune'

$10.00

Brightly colored trumpet shaped blooms. I know why I like it. Have you ever been to the Dallas Arboretum in the spring time? Jimmy Turner has a great program called Dallas Blooms every March and April. It was when I was touring the arboretum with Jimmy...