|Narcissus 'Sound' and 'King Alfred'|
|Narcissus 'Ice Follies', faded color|
|Narcissus 'Ice Follies', newly opened, with puschkinia libanotica|
|Narcissus 'Ice Follies' with boxwood|
These little 'Ceylon's are a nice medium yellow with what is supposed to be a small orange cup. Mine are more of a deep yellow so far, but still a very elegant daffodil. Here they are planted among the ferny foliage of Polemonium caeruleum (Jacob's Ladder).
|Narcissus 'Barrett Browning'|
|Tulip 'Sweetheart', Daffodil 'Barrett Browning', Tulip 'Juan'|
I also planted some 'Katie Heath', a small triandrus type of daffodil with reflexed petals. It's very tiny and sweet, although perhaps not so impactful as the larger daffs. You can see it's hardly taller than a hyacinth. The color of the cup is an indefinable pinky-rosy-peach.
|Narcissus 'Katie Heath', with hyacinth 'Woodstock' and emerging peony foliage|
|Patio Bed in early May. Tulips 'Purple Prince', 'Monte Carlo', 'Sweetheart', Narcissus 'Katie Heath'.|