Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Daffodils - Division 7, Jonquilla Daffodils


These daffodils have small flowers with flat petals, and usually one to 3 blooms on a stem. The foliage is narrow and reed-like. They tend to be very fragrant.
This one, 'Pipit' may be the only one of these that we grow. They are more of a southern flower and can also be adapted to grow in pots.
Sunny now - not sure why since they called for rain all day. I'm going to take advantage of it and get some weeding along paths done. It's way too wet to step in beds this morning, though there is certainly plenty of weeding to do there also.
Jane

1 comment:

keewee said...

I like the fragrant blooms.