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Narcissus tazetta italicus
Flowers: Off-white flowers with a small creamy yellow cup. Petals dont overlap and are slightly twisted. Very fragrant. Usually around mid January.
Foliage: Emerges in December. Wide and dark green. Often gets freeze damage above zone 9.
Exposure: Full sun to part shade.
Water: Moist in winter. Dry in summer. Requires no irrigation.
Habit: Herbaceous, perennial bulb to 1 1/2 feet
Uses: Bedding, perennial border, cut flowers, and naturalizing.
Note: Although quite common in Southern landscapes, this heirloom narcissus is no longer available in the trade.