A sweet and dainty faced flower that is one of the most common and easy to grow of all garden bulbs - they'll sprout even if they're left abandoned. The pretty jonquil flower has six pointed petals with a small cup in the centre and a heavenly, attractive scent. It's also one of the first spring bulbs to flower, often beginning in late winter. They have a hardy growth habit, are good multipliers adding lots of bright cheery colour to your garden or pots.
|Growth Height — 40|
|Flower Colour — Yellow|
|Light Requirements — Full sun|
|Soil Requirements — Special potting mix, Well drained soil|
Water only when ground starts to dry out from lack of normal rainfall.
Don't remove the foliage rather tie it in a knot after flowering. Leave alone for at least six weeks after flowering.