Narcissus Julia Jane in the snow.
Bulbocodiums are winter bloomers that are almost always approved as miniatures. Underused in the garden and rockery, they are ephemeral and long blooming, providing a continuum after the snowdrops, winter aconite and crocus have melted. If you are ga-ga for galanthus you will find charm in these narcissus.
In the South they are free wheeling and feral, in the North they are pickier about location but send up a flush of fine rounded leaves around Thanksgiving and just wait patiently until the snow begins to recede. Then they fly their bloomers . We believe that we list more than anyone.
Bulbicodium have a Primordial spirit and have only recently attracted the attention of hybridizers.
|Name||Classificaton||Height (inches)||Season||Year||Breeder||Status||Price per Bulb||Minimum Order||Add to Cart||Wishlist||Compare|
|Bulbocodium Early Bird||10 Y-Y||Dwarf||Very Early||In Stock||$1.50||3|
|Bulbocodium Nivalis||13||species||In Stock||$2.50||2|
|Kholmes||10 W-W||1988||Glenbrook Bulb Farm||In Stock||$1.50||5|
|Mary Poppins||10 Y-Y||Dwarf||Early - Mid||2015||Walter J.M. Blom||In Stock||$1.50||5|
|Oxford Gold||10 Y-Y||2007||Walter J.M. Blom||In Stock||$1.00||5|
|Spoirot||10 W-W||Dwarf||Very Early||1998||Glenbrook Bulb Farm||In Stock||$1.50||5|