Narcissus ‘Tahiti’ is a bulbous, herbaceous perennial. It is part of the Amaryllidaceae family of plants. They also call it Daffodil ‘Tahiti’. It grows to 45cm or 18in tall. The genus narcissus is originally from Europe and North Africa. Narcissus ‘Tahiti’ flowers in April.
Narcissus ‘Tahiti’ has strap-shaped leaves. They are bright green. The double flowers grow on leafless stems. It grows one or more flowers per stem. The flowers are about 10cm or 4in wide. The flowers have dark yellow perianth surrounding smaller orange inner segments. Both the cup and perianths are doubled.
How to grow Narcissus ‘Tahiti’:
Grow Narcissus ‘Tahiti’ in the sun or partial shade. Plant it about 10cm or 4in deep. The best time to plant is in the autumn. Use moderately fertile, moist, but well-drained soil. Most soil types are fine.
Leave them undisturbed so they can form clumps. Cut out the dead flowers but leave the leaves until they yellow. They absorb energy for the bulbs for the next season. Watch out for slugs, eelworm, scale mite, bulb fly, or basal rot.