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Some hyacinths can still be bought and jonquils are available in some shops.
The native `Lent lily' - the daffodil of Wales and of Wordsworth - is just right while the only imports which fit are the Pheasant Eye kinds, sweet-scented jonquils and miniatures like the hoop-petticoat daffodil.
Irises and other rhizome- and bulb-based plants like tulips, daffodils, lily of the valley, jonquils, crocus and narcissus aren't suffering - yet - because they have their own energy source, said Jeanne Clay Plank, vice president of the San Fernando Valley Iris Society.
The Garden by Bob Timberlake features a colorful palette of florals such as pansies and jonquils.
Jonquils (Narcissus jonquilla) have very narrow leaves and clusters of two to four small flowers on stems 7 to 16 inches high.
For taller jonquils, 10 to 16 inches high, try 'Sugarbush' (white petals, yellow cup), 'Suzy' (yellow petals, orange cup), 'Tittle Tattle' (yellow with a hint of orange), and 'Waterperry' (white petals, yellow cup).
Jonquils are a form of daffodil with several small, pretty heads on each stem - and a heady fragrance.
Norman also wrote many works for young readers, notably a series of books about a quirky family called the Jonquils.
Ryan gazed through a window onto a back yard, home to a swing set, a fish pond, and beds of lilies and tulips, jonquils and irises.
In the spring, Claremont holds an informal ride to view the jonquils and daffodils.
SWEET FRAGRANCE Another group of dainty daffodils are those descended from the jonquil, Narcissus jonquilla.