Segovia looks wild. Its dainty, flat-faced flowers consist of white, propeller-like petals and small chartreuse cups. Borne on nearly invisible, arching stems, they appear to float above the grasslike leaves. Segovia is a great choice for a naturalistic setting, among shrubs or at the sunny edge of a woodland garden. Plant thickly for best effect.
Segovia is just one of many outstanding daffodils bred by the late English hybridizer Alec Gray. Among his other accomplishments: Tete-a-Tete and Minnow.
|2016 Catalog:||Web Only|
|Density:||7-8 per sq. ft.|
|Western Zone:||to 9|
We have finished shipping for Fall 2015 planting. The next time for planting tulips, daffodils and other spring flowering bulbs is Fall 2016. We expect to start taking online orders for Fall 2016 delivery and planting on March 19, 2016.