Narcissus 'Jack Snipe'

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Erik van den Ham on March 9, 2008

Narcissus 'Jack Snipe'

Belongs to the cyclamineus group a smaller types of narcissi. Elegant bulbs with slender flowers which like a rather moist soil in sun and shade. Jack Snipe is a delicate little specimen whose long creamy petals and dark primrose cup make a striking contrast. 'Jack Snipe' was developed by hybridizer M. P. Williams. It has become one of the more standard dwarf offerings because of its hardiness, ease of naturalizing, and its beauty, for which reasons it additionally received the Award of Garden Merit from the Royal Horticultural Society.

pic.point on April 13, 2008

You have an outstanding gallery, Erik

Cheers, Inessa

Erik van den Ham on April 13, 2008

Thanks Inessa,

Today i visited the Keukenhof and took a lot of pictures.There are so many great bulbs. But very few of them are well known.

Best regards, Erik

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