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.
|2015 Catalog:||Web Only|
|Density:||7-8 per sq. ft.|
|Western Zone:||to 9|
We have finished shipping for Fall 2014 planting. The next time for planting tulips, daffodils and other spring flowering bulbs is Fall 2015.