Narcissus minicycla has been cultivation for at least 100 years. It is a cross between Narcissus cyclamineus and asturiensis. It is a tiny daffodil, reaching only 10cms in height. Its perfectly miniature flowers are a lovely golden yellow colour. It is incredibly hardy, withstanding very harsh winters in our previous sandy soil in Cheshire and our clay loam in Shropshire. I like to plant it at the front of a border or in a raised bed, in order to admire this delicate beauty. We have a few of this rarely offered bulb available this year.