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Daffodils III / Narcissus

Narcissus ‘Mint Julep’ (Division 3 / Short-Cupped Narcissus) – A daffodil for the Irish with pale yellow petals (with some green highlights) and a short deep yellow cup with a green eye. It is a 2005 RHS Award of Garden … Continue reading

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Muscari / Grape Hyacinth

Muscari aucheri ‘White Magic’ – A beautiful addition to any Alba Garden with spires of tightly packed pure white bells (looking like a cluster of pearls) emerging from greenish-yellow buds from April to May. These fragrant flowers make great cut … Continue reading

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Snow Crocus

Crocus tommasinianus ‘Whitewell Purple’ – This cultivar of Tommy Crocus features six-petaled violet-blue flowers that are silvery-white in the center when fully open – blooms February to March. ‘Whitewell Purple’ holds up well in our often rainy springs and also … Continue reading

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Giant Dutch Crocus / Crocus vernus

Crocus vernus ‘Pickwick’ – The distinct striped flowers of this cultivar combine a near-white to pale lavender petal veined in a darker lilac tone. It blooms in the garden from March to April and looks best when the corms are … Continue reading

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Anemone / Windflower

Anemone blanda ‘White Splendour’ – This Grecian Windflower is native to southeast Europe and Turkey. ‘White Splendour’ produces pure white single daisies (pale pink reverse) with golden stamens from April to May. The knobby tubers naturalize well but should be … Continue reading

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