Narcissus broussonetti is an unusual Autumn flowering Narcissus species with attractive, pale silvery-grey leaves and spikes of several white flowers in October.
These are pleasantly scented and have broad petals yet virtually no trumpet. It is thought to be one of the most primitive species, showing the first development of the trumpet from swollen anther filament bases!
Widely regarded as tender in the UK however we have heard of one grower having success with this outside at the base of a south facing wall in SE UK. For safety we over-winter this under cold (unheated) glass. Dry in the summer, though not “baked”. Good in a pot, planted in a glasshouse or planted outside with our “Mediterranean” customers. Morocco.