Kenneth Turner love coming up with new fragrances for everyone to enjoy and this spring we have a new fragrance: Paperwhite Narcissus.
This is a fragrant flowery essence woven from notes of paperwhite narcissus and jasmine blossoms freshened by a crisp, airy green accord. Clean woods, amber, musk and moss complete this beautiful spring-time floral.
For those of you who enjoy planting flowers, I have hand selected my top tips for growing paperwhite narcissus flowers so you can enjoy the them from the comfort of your own home:
- Plant these bulbs in groups of 5 to 7 as this makes them look more balanced and full when they have bloomed. They are best planted in pots that do not have drainage holes and are between 6 and 8 inches wide.
- Grow these beautiful flowers in water rather than soil. It works just as well but being an indoor plant, water is easier to work with and dispose of and change.
- To stop the pots tipping with the volume of flowers, it is best to weigh the bulbs down, with some beautiful stones or marble chips. Only the bottom half of the bulbs need to be covered as the roots will anchor themselves by growing around and under your weight of choice.