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Orders are processed in order of receipt. It may take several weeks before you receive your order. 

Many of the bulbs and tubers we ship in spring are not hardy, we take into account the temperature in the destination country before shipping.

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Narcissus, daffodils

Discover the beautiful narcissus, beautiful spring flowers with an abundance of shapes and colors that make them indispensable in your garden. Our assortment has an extensive selection of this beautiful flower, divided into different groups based on the external characteristics. Take a look at the different types of narcissus and find out why they are a must-have for your garden.

Narcissus, daffodils

Discover the beautiful narcissus, beautiful spring flowers with an abundance of shapes and colors that make them indispensable in your garden. Our assortment has an extensive selection of this beautiful flower, divided into different groups based on the external characteristics. Take a look at the different types of narcissus and find out why they are a must-have for your garden.

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Different types of narcissus

In the world of narcissus, each variety has its own charm. Discover the different types of narcissus and give your garden a colorful touch with the following beautiful varieties:

Narcissus Jonquilla

The Jonquilla narcissus make every garden special due to its graceful appearance. Usually one to three flowers grow on a round stem, while the narrow, dark green leaves show off elegantly. The perianth segments of these narcissus do not spread back and give off a lovely fragrance.

Narcissus Tazetta

The Tazetta narcissus are known for their clusters of small, fragrant flowers. With their cheerful and abundant flowering, they make for a beautiful spring garden. The characteristics of the Tazetta are clearly visible. Usually three to twenty flowers grow on a sturdy stem, while the broad leaves stretch out. The perianth segments of these narcissus exude a wonderful scent.

Narcissus Poeticus

The narcissus Poeticus, also known as Pheasant's Eye, are recognizable by their refined white flowers with a characteristic crown and a striking red edge. Usually one flower grows on a stem; the perianth segments are pure white; the crown is usually disc-shaped, with a green or yellow center and a red border. The flowers spread a wonderful scent.

Narcissus Cyclamineus

Cyclamineus narcissus are distinguished by the elegant flower shape, with the folded back blood drawers they are a special appearance in every spring garden. The characteristics of the cyclamineus are clearly recognizable. The flower is at a sharp angle to the stem and has a very short stem, also known as the 'neck'.

Narcissus Bulbocodium

Narcissus Bulbocodium, also called crinoline narcissus, are quirky and charming with their small, spherical flowers. They add a playful touch to your flower beds.

Narcissus Triandrus

The narcissus Triandrus show off elegant flowers that hang down, which gives them a unique look. The flowers seem to dance in the wind as the petals bend backwards to create a graceful shape.

Narcissus Trumpet

The Trumpet narcissus have an impressive, trumpet-shaped crown that protrudes above the petals. They come in a variety of colors and are the focal point of any flower bed.

Care tips for successful Narcissus

Get the most out of your narcissus with our essential tips:

1. Planting at the right depth: Make sure to plant the narcissus bulbs at the right depth. In general, the bulbs should be planted two to three times as deep as their own height. Plant them pointed side up and planted firmly in the soil so they don't wobble in the wind.

2. Well-drained and nutrient-rich soil: Narcissus thrive best in well-drained soil that is rich in nutrients. Make sure the soil is well-drained to avoid excess water, which can lead to root rot. Add compost or organic matter to the soil before planting the bulbs to enrich the nutrients and encourage growth.

3. Don't over water: Excessive watering can be detrimental to narcissus. They don't need a lot of water, especially during their summer dormancy. Only water the bulbs when the soil feels dry to the touch, and avoid leaving the soil constantly moist. In autumn and winter narcissus usually need enough rainwater. Overwatering can lead to root rot and other problems, so be careful when watering.

Narcissus bulbs for sale at Eurobulb

Do you want to transform your garden into a spring paradise? Then take a look at the narcissus at Eurobulb, the specialist in the field of flower bulbs. From the classic Trumpet narcissus to the elegant Triandrus and the fragrant Tazetta, we have the perfect narcissus for every garden. Our bulbs are carefully selected and cared for with love, so that they grow into beautiful flowering plants in your garden. Discover the splendor of spring with an extensive range of high-quality narcissus that will make your garden shine. Order your narcissus today and be surprised!