Narcissus 'Pheasant's Eye'
An exquisitely-detailed, fragrant, unique mid-spring beauty.
Blooms mid spring
A wonderfully fragrant heirloom dating back to the 1700s. These star-shaped blooms with slightly recurved, pure-white petals frame a bright yellow-green inner cup finely-ringed in red. The high-contrast inner flower with dark interior looks much like a pheasant’s eye, hence the name.
Grows to 16” tall and blooms in mid-spring. Plant in full to part sun. Resistant to deer and pests.
Narcissus Class: Poeticus
Does not ship internationally.
|$11.95 $8.37||Out of Stock|
|$32.95 $23.07||Out of Stock|
Narcissi do best in full sun to partial shade. Pink varieties in particular retain their color best in areas partially shaded from the hot afternoon sun. They require a well-drained soil, and should be watered regularly after planting in the fall to ensure good root growth before the ground freezes. Narcissi bulbs should be planted 3 times as deep as the diameter of the bulb.
|Bloom Season||Mid Spring|
|Bulb spacing||6" apart|
|Bulbs per Square Foot||4|
|Height at Maturity||16"|
|Sun Preference||Full to Partial Sun|
|Hardiness Zone Range||3-7|
Most fall flower bulbs will start shipping from mid-October. If your order contains products with different ship dates, your items will be shipped as they become available, on or after the shipping dates indicated on the product above. If there are multiple ship dates, the shipping quote you will receive will cover these multiple shipments.