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The Narcissus poeticus recurvus daffodil, also known as 'The Old Pheasant's Eye' is excellent for naturalising. This beautiful daffodil features slightly reflexing white petals with a yellow cup edged with a deep red margin. Narcissus poeticus recurvus has been granted the Award for Garden Merit by the RHS.
The Old Pheasant's Eye daffodil should be planted into moist but well-drained soil in a position that will receive full to partial sunlight. We recommend planting the bulbs between September and November for flowers in May.
Planting Time: September - November
Flowering Time: May
Max height: 40cm