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narcissi Sentence Examples

  • The hoop-petticoat narcissi, sometimes separated as the genus Corbularia, are not more than from 3 to 6 in.

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  • Another group, the mock narcissi or star daffodils, with coronets of medium size, includes the fine and numerous varieties of N.

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  • The polyanthus or bunch narcissi form another well-marked group, whose peculiarity of producing many flowers on the stem is indicated by the name.

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  • There remains another little group, the poet's or pheasant'seye narcissi (N.

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  • These pheasant's-eye narcissi, of which there are several well-marked varieties, as radiiflorus, poetarum, recurvus, &c., blossom in succession during April and May, and all do well in the open borders as permanent hardy bulbs.

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  • Of late years some remarkably fine hybrids have been raised between the various distinct groups of narcissi, and the prices asked for the bulbs in many cases are exceedingly high.

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  • The same might be done with dianthuses or the larger narcissi in the second row, with paeonies, columbines and phloxes in the third, and with delphiniums, aconitums and some of the taller yellow composites as helianthus and rudbeckia at the back.

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  • Plant the greater part of the common border bulbs, as hyacinths, narcissi, crocuses and early tulips, about the end of the month, with a few anemones for early flowering.

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  • PLANTING It's bulb time again so start planting crocuses, narcissi, snowdrops in odd number groups.

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  • grape hyacinths, tulips, February Gold narcissi among others are good contenders.

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  • Narcissus special activity in winter is to see the first scented narcissi being picked in the fields.

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  • Narcissusle from November 15th directly by post to UK mainland addresses, are Tresco grown narcissi, from the farm on Tresco.

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  • Narcissused some miniature narcissi, the first we had seen growing although we had noticed children selling them by the roadside.

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  • Narcissus take the smaller narcissi straight into a warmer room if you want them to flower for Christmas.

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  • The hoop-petticoat narcissi, sometimes separated as the genus Corbularia, are not more than from 3 to 6 in.

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  • Another group, the mock narcissi or star daffodils, with coronets of medium size, includes the fine and numerous varieties of N.

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  • The polyanthus or bunch narcissi form another well-marked group, whose peculiarity of producing many flowers on the stem is indicated by the name.

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  • There remains another little group, the poet's or pheasant'seye narcissi (N.

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  • These pheasant's-eye narcissi, of which there are several well-marked varieties, as radiiflorus, poetarum, recurvus, &c., blossom in succession during April and May, and all do well in the open borders as permanent hardy bulbs.

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  • Of late years some remarkably fine hybrids have been raised between the various distinct groups of narcissi, and the prices asked for the bulbs in many cases are exceedingly high.

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  • The same might be done with dianthuses or the larger narcissi in the second row, with paeonies, columbines and phloxes in the third, and with delphiniums, aconitums and some of the taller yellow composites as helianthus and rudbeckia at the back.

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  • Plant the greater part of the common border bulbs, as hyacinths, narcissi, crocuses and early tulips, about the end of the month, with a few anemones for early flowering.

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  • Narcissi vary so much in form, size, color, and in time of flowering, that a most attractive spring garden could be made with them alone; provided one had suitable soil, and a background of fresh turf, shrubs, and trees.

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  • All the best Narcissi, and practically all the forms of the yellow and the bicolor Daffodils, may be planted in June, July, or August, in three ways-in the lawn or meadow, in the beds and borders of the garden, or in 6 or 8-inch pots.

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  • The main points in beginning the culture of Narcissi are to get sound and healthy bulbs as early as possible after June, and to plant or pot them at once in good fibrous, sandy, or gravelly loam, or in any virgin soil.

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  • In cutting Daffodils or Narcissi for indoor decoration, cut the flowers, when the buds are opening, or even just before, and let the stalks be long, as the flowers group better with long stalks.

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  • These kinds are really the only free and hardy open-air Narcissi, and are the best for the meadow or the lawn.

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  • Hybrid Narcissi - The species which have best lent themselves to the hybridisers art are N. pseudonarcissus, N. poeticus, N. montanus, N. triandrus, N. jonquilla, and N.

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  • Primrose Peerless (Hybrid Narcissi Biflorus) - Similar in habit to N. poeticus, but has creamy-white flowers, two on a scape, and the rim of the primrose corona is scariose but colorless (i.e., not purple).

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  • Cyclamen Daffodil (Hybrid Narcissi Cyclamineus) - A dainty but not showy species, easily grown in a peat-earth rock garden or in pots of peaty compost.

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  • Rush Jonquil (Hybrid Narcissi Juncifolius) - A small plant, suitable only for sheltered borders, for stone edgings, and for pot-culture in a cold frame.

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  • Great Jonquil (Hybrid Narcissi Odorus) - This plant, although found wild in S.

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  • Common Daffodil (Hybrid Narcissi Pseudo-Narcissus) - There are several hundred varieties of the Common Daffodil, either wild or cultivated.

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  • Jonquil (Hybrid Narcissi Jonquilla) - Long known in gardens, and imported from Italy and Holland for forcing in pots.

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  • The Jonquil, when strongly grown on a warm border, is handsome and very sweet-scented, and N. gracilis is the latest of all single Narcissi, as it blooms with N. poeticus fl.-pl. in May or early June.

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  • The rarest of these Sternbergias should have a place in our bulb borders, in gritty or open soil, associated with the rarer Narcissi and choice hardy bulbs.

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  • Poets or Pheasants-eye Narcissus (Hybrid Narcissi Poeticus) - One of the oldest and most popular of garden flowers, and erroneously supposed to be the Narcissus of the Greek poets.

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