Narcissus Grand Primo
Narcissus Grand Primo
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A unique hybrid from our late friend Bill the Bulb Baron.  Bill spent his whole life devoted to creating new and beautiful flowers.  He called these bulbs the Bildren.  Thank you for helping to spread the beauty!

Below is Bill's description:

Bred by the noted daffodil hybridizer Graham Phillips of New Zealand, and named and registered by me, Bill the Bulb Baron, this is a remarkably vigorous and healthy plant bred from Grand Monarque x Northland. The very tall strong stems are excellent for picking, and it is well scented and long lasting as a cutflower, with its own distinctive scent. Foliage is greener (less glaucous) than most pure tazettas and resists disease well, staying green a long time. Flowers are a light, soft yellow with a darker yellow cup, in clusters of up to around 19 florets. Blooms about the time of Erlicheer--a little ahead of Avalanche and Grand Monarque. Definitely has inherited Grand Monarque's suitability for naturalizing in dry environments. Though almost certainly a triploid, pollen is very abundant and of good fertility for hybridizing
Quantity Price
1 - 2
3 - 9

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