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For Siris (Narcissus)

The foliage of narcissus 'Toto' is not so obvious when seen from a distance



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Agreed, what have you got growing between Toto, Hemerocallis? Thought you weren't that keen on those.

15 Mar, 2019

 

Yes, yellow-flowered ones. I'm currently trying to grow a rare species rose from seed - if successful, it will replace the hemerocallis. The soil in this part of the garden is heavy clay and south-facing, but the daylilies seem quite happy there

15 Mar, 2019

 

Good luck with that Rose, Andrew. I hope if you get it germinated it will provide loads of flowers!

16 Mar, 2019

 

It's one I saw on my trip to Kazakhstan and I was very taken with it. It seemed to flower from an early age, and mature specimens were covered in blooms

16 Mar, 2019

 

I'll have to look back at your blog then, Andrew.

17 Mar, 2019

 

Sue - it's here:
www.growsonyou.com/AndrewR/blog/24113-kazakhstan-revisited-1-trees-shrubs-and-climbers

17 Mar, 2019

 

Thanks Andrew, good job you put the link in as I'd already looked at all your Kazakhstan pics and missed the Rose, didn't expect to see a yellow, hope it does well for you.

22 Mar, 2019



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