Daffodils and alliums
I love Narcissus ‘Felindre’ with alliums (see main picture). ‘Felindre’ is quite pricey, but worth it. It’s in the pheasant’s eye group, and has the usual superb scent and long vase life, but it is unusual in holding its head at right angles, rather than hanging demurely. This makes for a brilliant cut flower and garden plant and in both situations it is good with the starry, airy allium ‘Purple Rain’.
The orange rim of the central narcissus perianth and its green eye are both excellent in contrast to the purple allium.
You can also try alliums such as the soft purple ‘Violet Beauty’ with Ornithogalum magnum. These two flower at just the same time and the contrast between the