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N. rupicola is a species daffodil 15cm high with erect, thin, cylindrical, keeled, blue-green leaves, 18cm long, and golden yellow flowers, 3cm across, with shallow, six-lobed cups, in mid-spring
N. rupicola subsp. rupicola is a perennial bulb with very narrow, cylindrical, glaucous-green leaves and fragrant, small-cupped bright yellow flowers 3cm wide on stems to 20cm tall in spring
N. rupicola subsp. marvieri is a bulbous perennial to 15cm in height, with narrow, dark glaucous green leaves and solitary, rich yellow flowers to 3cm wide, with small, lobed cup and spreading perianth segments
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Common name Narcissus eelworm (nematode) or stem and bulb eelworm...The narcissus strain will, in addition to daffodils, attack bluebell, snowdrop, primrose, onion, beans, peas, strawberry and some plants usually considered weeds in gardens, such as goosegrass, dock, rayless mayweed and chickweed...Narcissus eelworms live within the bulb tissues during the plant?s dormant period
Heavy attacks of narcissus bulb fly larvae can kill daffodil bulbs and some other plants in the Amaryllidaceae...Common name Large narcissus bulb fly and small bulb flies...Adult large narcissus bulb flies are about 15 mm long and resemble small bumblebees, but like all flies they only have one pair of wings
Plants affected Seen most commonly on Narcissus , but can also affect a number of other plants in the same family ( Amaryllidaceae...In addition to narcissus, the leaf spot fungus has been recorded on a number of other plants in the family Amaryllidaceae , including Amaryllis, Crinum, Galanthus , Hippeastrum , Nerine , Sprekelia and Sternbergia...Whilst many narcissus species and cultivars can be affected when weather conditions are favourable for the disease, it is often worst on Poeticus, Polyanthus...
Basal rot of Narcissus (daffodils) is a fungal infection which decays the base of the bulb, often during winter storage...Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. narcissi only infects Narcissus...It is found in the soil, even where Narcissus have not been grown previously, and can be found on the surface of bulbs even when these are apparently healthy
The following classification of the genus Narcissus is based on that outlined by A. Fernandes in the Daffodil and Tulip Year Book (1968...The genus Narcissus, whose centre of diversity is in the Iberian peninsula, is very variable in the wild, in part due to the readiness with which populations hybridize...It is sincerely hoped that work on a monograph might be initiated before too long, with the active collaboration of all taxonomists with an interest in Narcissus, especially including those in Spain...
Narcissus) = N. × fosteri enemeritoi (Sánchez-Gómez, Carrillo, Hernández, Carrión-Vilches & Güemes) Sánchez-Gómez, Carrillo, Hernández...Narcissus) = N. × pujolii gayi Pugsley, in J. Roy...Narcissus) = N. asturiensis (Jordan) Pugsley (as var. villarvildensis) × N. triandrus Linnaeus × souliei Guétrot, Pl
Narcissus NARCISSUS APRICOT WHIRL (5 BULBS) NARCISSUS BATHS FLAME (3 BULBS) NARCISSUS BRIDAL CROWN AGM (5 BULBS) NARCISSUS BULBOCODIUM GOLDEN BELLS GROUP (10 BULBS) NARCISSUS BUTTER AND EGGS (3 BULBS) NARCISSUS CANALICULATUS (10 BULBS) NARCISSUS CENTANNES (5 BULBS) NARCISSUS CHANGING COLOURS (6 BULBS) NARCISSUS CHEERFULNESS AGM (5 BULBS) NARCISSUS CHEERFULNESS AGM (15 BULBS) (XL COLLECTION) NARCISSUS CHROMACOLOR (5 BULBS) NARCISSUS CONSPICUUS (syn BARRII CONSPICUUS) (3 BULBS) NARCISSUS CORNISH...
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