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Tete a Tete daffodils-Dwarf narcissus flowers

Tete a Tete daffodils bloom very early in spring, together with other dwarf plants like crocuses and dwarf irises.
These miniature narcissus plants are not taller that 10-15 (4-5 in).

Dwarf daffodils blooms abundantly in March with bright yellow flowers, producing 2-3 blooms per stem.
The flowers have narrow trumpets and slightly swept-back petals.

Tete a Tete daffodils do best in full sun or part (afternoon) shade.
Their little flower heads turns always towards the sun. Planted in a place facing south they'll always have their pretty faces oriented towards the viewer.
Dwarf daffodils-close-up of Tete-a-Tete Narcissus
These here are young miniature daffodils but bulbs multiply rapidly, producing pretty clumps of flowers year after year.
Tete a Tete daffodils-Dwarf Narcissus
The yellow dwarf daffodils in the background are nicely complementing the purple crocuses.
Dwarf yellow daffodils as background to purple crocus


betty-NZ said...

How adorable!!

Giga said...

Miło widzieć te śliczne żonkile. Moje jeszcze nie kwitną. Pozdrawiam.*** Nice to see these beautiful daffodils. I still do not bloom. Yours

Tatjana Parkacheva said...

Beautiful photos.

Regards and best wishes

Lui said...

I really love your shots, Maia, whether macros or not!

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