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This variety, named for the son of our Israeli grower, is another in the recent generic work designed to create paperwhites that deliver a lighter fragrancewith the same impressive volume of full and fluffy flower clusters. Keep in mind that bulb size matters for results. Bigger bulbs produce more stems and more flowers per stem. The photo above shows a 13/14 cm bulb typically found at local stores with the much larger 17+ cm bulb sold here.
These paperwhites are easy to grow in bowls of soil. Note: Inbal is a variety that's not recommended for growing in pebbles and water as it's happier grown in soil. See our planting guide, right, for complete instructions. Then choose the number of bulbs you'd like; don't forget about gifts.
Too tall paperwhites? Here's how to keep them shorter, while still enjoying oodles of fragrant flowers: Grow Shorter, Flop-Free Paperwhites
|Botanical Name:||Narcissus Inball|
|Common Name:||Inball paperwhites|
|Growing Zones:||Anywhere indoors, zones 9-10 outdoors|
|Sun/Shade:||Full to 3/4 day sun|
|Flower Color:||Sparkling white|
|Plant/Bulb Size:||17+ cm in circumference, big!|
|Bloom Timing:||4-6 weeks from planting|
|Product info, photos and tips:||Paperwhite Planting Guide|
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