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Narcissus bulbocodium var. graellsii [Family: Amarilidáceas]

Narcissus bulbocodium var. graellsii [Family: Amarilidáceas]

Narcissus 'Early Bride'

Garden Bulbs, Daffodils, Tulips, Spring Bulbs, Wales, Tulips Flowers, Tulip

This narcissus called Cedar Valley, a pale bulboducum is at http://www.handymount.co.uk

This narcissus called Cedar Valley, a pale bulboducum is at http://www.handymount.co.uk

I love pheasant's eye narcissus even if I did not plant these. Thanks to the Blue Moon in Decatur, GA for growing these in its front yard.

I love pheasant's eye narcissus even if I did not plant these. Thanks to the Blue Moon in Decatur, GA for growing these in its front yard.

Narcissus tazetta v. orientalis (Narcissus Chinese Sacred Lily)  sweetly spicy and not musky scent like that of most paperwhites. For lucky gardeners in zones 8-10 these can also be successfully grown outdoors in flowerbeds.

Narcissus Chinese Sacred Lily

Narcissus tazetta v. orientalis (Narcissus Chinese Sacred Lily) sweetly spicy and not musky scent like that of most paperwhites. For lucky gardeners in zones these can also be successfully grown outdoors in flowerbeds.

Passion Flower Triloba: full sun, grows 3-6 feet in container, minimum temp 50 degrees, everbloomer. Want this for my greenhouse. Logee's.

Passion Flower Triloba (Passiflora triloba) Impressive large fragrant flowers make Passiflora triloba a rare find. Blooms are across and pendulate from the heavy vine sporting burgundy petals and rows of purple and white striped filam

Iris offer stunning blooms (many are wonderfully fragrant) that come in a rainbow of colors and sizes. Our favorites are the Siberian types with their grassy leaves and graceful flowers. Name: Iris varieties Growing conditions: Full sun and well-drained soil Height: 3 feet tall Zones: 4-9

The 18 Best Plants for Cottage Gardens

Iris, zones Dwarf bulbous irises are well suited to trough gardens. Foliage fades in summer, plant with a creeping groundcover that will fill the space after they die back.

Narcissus triandrus L. subsp. pallidulus (Graells) Rivas Goday

Narcissus triandrus L.

Chartreuse, Tulips, Olives, Olive Green, Almonds, Blossoms, Tulips Flowers, Tulip

Milkweed pod. I have always loved the pattern of milkweed seeds before they fluff out and float away. The pattern is very reminiscent of peacock body feathers, or fish scales. Beautiful!

Milkweed pod by Lucie Veilleux [I spent a lot of time chasing milkweed seeds when I was Flowers

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