Recently a friend and I visited the home of Sibylle Kreutzberger, a thoroughly pleasant lady who was employed by Vita Sackville-West as head gardener at Sissinghurst for 31 years. Her garden was genuinely stunning and contained a large array of incredible specimens, all of which were planted with an obvious flair. She had a number of spring bulbs on the go but this particular daffodil stood out for me and its name was duly scribbled away in the old notepad. Cheers Sibylle!
|The delightful, Narcissus ‘Mitzi’|
|Another gem Sibylle was using, Olsynium douglasii|