Bibliography: p. 216-217.
|Statement||by M. J. Jefferson-Brown.|
|LC Classifications||SB413.D12 J39|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||224|
|LC Control Number||79416039|
“The book, richly illustrated by the photographs of Jo Whitworth, is a thorough treatment of the reliable spring flower. Kingsbury delves into its history and the origins of its name, explores the follower’s symbolism and explains its life cycle, how it’s classified and even its chemical properties.” — Akron Beacon Journal/5(16). Miniature daffodils. Collingridge. Hessayon, Dr D. G. The bulb expert. Expert books. Jefferson-Brown, Michael. The daffodil, it’s history varieties and cultivation. Faber. Jefferson-Brown, Michael. Daffodils & Narcissi: a complete guide to the Narcissus family. Faber. 0 Jefferson-Brown, Michael. Narcissus. Such stories fascinated Caroline long before her mother suggested preserving the Backhouse daffodils. She had grown up hearing about their history and remembers as a child visiting the home of Robert and Sarah’s son William Ormston, a Cambridge-educated geneticist who carried on the family tradition, producing the first Division 1 red trumpet daffodil ‘Brer Fox’.Author: Jason Ingram. Daffodils are also known as the narcissus, after the legendary young Greek man of the same name. Narcissus was pretty full of himself because he had been given the gift of great beauty by the gods. One day, a sweet young wood nymph named Echo spotted Narcissus hanging out by a stream and instantly fell in love with him.
We have chosen a selection of Daffodils & Narcissi especially for children. The bulbs and flowers are smaller than their larger brothers and sisters and most of the varieties in this selection are also beautifully scented to act as an extra little bonus for those budding gardeners. Narcissus Genus. Narcissus is the Latin name or botanical name for daffodils, and daffodil is the common name for all members that fall under the genus Narcissus. Daffodil. Daffodil: This is the official common name for ANY of the plants that fall into the genus , if the plant is considered a Narcissus, it is also considered a daffodil as r, most people use the term “daffodil” when referring to the large, trumpet-shaped flowers of the Narcissus are those big, showy, familiar bulbs that . Narcissi are super tolerant of almost any site and situation, and reliable, with clumps getting bigger and better each year. Perfect for cutting too. Recommended Price High to Low Price Low to High Date added Name A-Z Name Z-A. Price High to Low. Price Low to High. Currently unavailable. Narcissus pseudonarcissus. £ Was £ Now £
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages 49 plates, illustrations (some color), maps 26 cm: Responsibility: by M.J. Jefferson-Brown. Daffodils and Narcissi: Spring Flower Embroidery Patterns. and a trio of narcissi (or daffs, I guess, if you stitched them with yellow thread instead of white!) Stitch your fave, or embroider them both as a pair! They'd make lovely gifts for Mother's Day or Easter. Daffodils and Narcissi: Spring Flower Embroidery P. When I was little, I thought daffodils were yellow flowers with trumpets, and white flowers with orange centres were called narcissi. Now, of course, I know that they are all narcissi; that daffodil is a common name for just one member of the genus. The RHS Daffodil, Snowdrop & Tulip yearbook is now available to purchase from John Gibson. The Daffodil Society has no copies for sale. Daffodil articles include Clive Postle’s daffodil legacy, Growing wild in Canberra, The Jonquilla alliance and its .