GOLD CUP WINNERS
We still have another month of tulips to go although, sadly, we will soon wave a fond farewell to the last daffodils. A final trumpeting is worth engineering and this is a very handsome and harmonious group. The top- of-the-milk tulip colour goes perfectly with the pale petals of the narcissi.
Tulipa ‘World Friendship’
As with all bulbs plant in autumn, tulips are better dug in quite deep, about 20cm. Excellent in pots or borders. H xS 35cm x 15cm
Narcissus ‘W.P. Milner’
A very tolerant variety that can be planted any time between August and November. Lasts very well as a cut flower. H xS 25cm x 10cm
A choice, white-petalled variety with a flat lemon cup. Plant it close to paths or doors so you catch its distinct scent. H x S 20cm x10cm
Another small variety ( as the name suggests), so perfect for pots. Flat, pale-yellow flowers with a good scent. H x S 20cm x 10cm