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Milberger's Nursery and Landscaping
3920 North Loop 1604 E.
San Antonio, TX 78247

Open 9 to 6 Mon. through Sat.
and 10 to 5 on Sun.

Three exits east of 281, inside of 1604
Next to the Diamond Shamrock station
Please click map for more detailed map and driving directions.

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narcissus odorus

Narcissus x odorus

Campernelle Jonquil

Beautiful, long lived perennial jonquil for the South.  Zone 7.

Flowers:  Fragrant, golden yellow, in clusters of 2 or three.

Foliage:  Dark green, rush-like.  January to April.

Exposure:  Full sun to deciduous shade.

Water:  No irrigation required.  Prefers summer drought.

Uses:  Perennial border, xeriscape, cottage garden, naturalizing, cut
flower, roadside plantings, etc.

Sources:  Abandoned lots, old homesites, and Old House Gardens
(, 734-995-1486

Note:  A natural sterile hybrid between the wild jonquil (Narcissus
jonquilla) and the wild daffodil or lent lily (Narcissus pseudonarcissus).
Introduced before 1595!  For more information see Garden Bulbs for the
South by Scott Ogden (Taylor Publishing, 1994).