Drifts of daffodils are brightening the Rock Garden just now. They aren’t the UK native species that Wordsworth was referring too, but a diminutive cousin, Narcissus cyclamineus. Over the last few years it has self seeded across many of the beds on the West side of the Rock Garden, creating quite a spectacle.
Small heads of Narcissus cyclamineus.
Over in the Alpine House, Daffodils in the Jonquil group are filling the air with a heady, sweet scent.
Round faces of Narcissus fernandesii.
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