Paper Whites - traditionally offered for sale are clonal varieties such as Ziva or Galilee, meaning all plants
are derived by bulb increase from one original bulb, often hundreds of years ago. My Paper Whites, however, are seed
grown, so they vary from one bulb to the next in time of bloom thus making flowers from November on into February,
prolonging the season beyond that which is normally expected of Paper Whites. Plants also vary slightly in shape and size
of flowers, width of leaves, etc. but all are the famous pure icy white in color throughout, as is unique to Paper Whites.
A very vigorous family of Paper Whites. If the old flowers are left on the plant, these will naturally set seed pods, each
containing several round black seeds which can be sown in the autumn, making an interesting demonstration of how some varieties
can also be grown from true seeds, resulting in small bulbs which will reach flowering size in 3-4 years. These will vary in
the manner seen in the parental plants, or other ancestral types may show up.