Poeticus sentence example
- One of the most distinct groups is that known under the name of "Poetaz" - a combination of poeticus and Tazetta.
- The best forms of poeticus ornatus have been crossed with the bunch-flowered Tazettas, and have resulted in producing varieties with large trusses of exquisite flowers more or less resembling the ornatus parents, and varying in colour from the purest white to yellow, the rim of the corona being in most cases conspicuously and charmingly coloured with red or crimson.
- 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).
- Their chief value lies in the freedom and earliness of their bloom, as they open days before even ornatus-the early April form of N. poeticus.
- 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.Advertisement
- 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.
- The older forms of N. poeticus are now far surpassed by Mr Englehearts new seedlings, such as Dante, Petrarch, and many others.
- The typical N. poeticus is a tall plant, with a small shapely flower, but is not often seen.
- Some very fine and shapely seedlings of N. poeticus have been raised by Mr Engleheart.