Narcissus ‘Thalia’ is a triandrus daffodil, meaning it produces two or more flowers on each stem, the flowers are pendent and tepals reflexed. Tridandus narcissus originated in Europe in a region around France, Spain, and Portugal.
It is a bulbous perennial. Narcissus ‘Thalia’ is part of the Amaryllidaceae family of plants. They sometimes call it Triandrus Daffodil ‘Thalia’. They grow to about 1.5ft or 45cm tall. The flowers are produced as greenish-white and as they open they are pure white. They are fragrant.
How to grow Narcissus ‘Thalia’:
Narcissus ‘Thalia’ is easy to grow. Grow it in the sun or partial shade. Plant in average, medium moisture, but well-drained soil. Organically rich soil works the best. Plant the bulbs in autumn. Place the bulb 2 or 3 time deep as the bulb’s height. Space the bulbs between 4in to 10in or 10cm to 25cm apart.
Deadhead Narcissus ‘Thalia’ the flowers and fertilize after flowering so the leaves store energy for the next season. Leave the bulbs undisturbed for as long as possible. Divide the bulbs after the flowering season, select those in a clump. It is generally disease-free or pest-free.