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Narcissus - Paperwhite Nir (17+ cm)

Narcissus - Paperwhite Nir (17+ cm)

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Includes: Nir Paperwhite bulbs. Choose from available pack sizes.

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SKU: 33612-10

17+cm Narcissus Nir Paperwhite Bulbs For Sale | Fragrant

Nir paperwhites are the latest generation of fragrant, no-chill narcissus from an outstanding grower in Israel, the best place in the world for production of these fast-to-bloom darlings.

With more flower stems per bulb and a larger number of florets per stem, these paperwhites are excellent for indoor forcing and garden use. Grow these next to any garden center variety and you'll see the difference - more flowers, taller stems, better performance.

For fresh flowers all winter long, plant a new batch of bulbs every few weeks.

Easy To Grow Features

  • Fragrant
  • Pure white petals and cups with lots of flowers
  • Hardy in zones 8-10, anywhere for indoor bloom
  • 15-18" tall
  • 17+ cm bulbs
  • Blooms 30-45 days from planting date indoors, spring if planted outdoors
  • Bright direct/indirect light indoors; full sun to partial shade outdoors
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  • Planting Depth
    Indoors: Top 1/2" exposed, Outdoors: 6"
  • Planting Proximity
    Indoors: 1-2", Outdoors: 4-6"
  • Planting Season
  • Plant Benefits
    A popular choice for winter indoor forcing. Spice fragrance.
  • Water Quantity
    Moderate with growth
  • Bloom Season
    30-45 days from planting date indoors, Feb-March outdoors
  • Sunlight Quantity
    Full Sun to Partial Sun; Bright Direct Indoors
  • Hardiness Zones
    Zones 8-10 or indoors

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Great Garden Plant Too

I never liked to be "forced" to do anything, so forcing a flower isn't my style, but I used Nir in my garden last year in the center of pots filled with tulips and/or strawberries. They came up early, were larger than expected, and had a wonderful fragrance. I pulled them just after blooms faded, to let them live in a raised bed in my cutting garden, until they could regenerate their bulb for this year. I replanted the center of the pots to keep them looking fresh. I stored the bulbs in a dark, dry place and am ready to replant them this week. I think the thing that impressed me the most was how big the bulbs were at the end of their growing phase, when their leaves had died back. Because we have few days of freezing temperatures each year, this bulb may naturalize well in our climate, so I'm also going to plant a few in the ground as a test. I'm really happy that these are available again.

Jacqueline Sanchez
Holiday Bloomer

Got these last year to force inside my house for the holiday season. I planted them mid November and had several blooming just after Christmas! Hoping to time it a bit better this year, but these were very easy to force, looked great and smelled great!