This clump-forming daffodil boasts long, grey-green leaves and looks similar to its cultivated siblings, with cheerful, half-nodding, trumpet-shaped blooms that are the epitome of spring! It's the longest-lasting, easiest and most successful daffodil to grow for naturalising, both multiplying and self-seeding in lawns and beneath trees and shrubs. Flowers April-May. Height 20-25cm. Bulb size 6cm+. (Bulb sizes quoted in centimetres refer to the circumference of bulbs. All bulbs are sourced from cultivated stocks.)
Simply choose a spot where they will remain undisturbed - in a shady corner, or at the base of deciduous trees and shrubs is ideal - and they will quickly multiply to create a carpet of plants that will delight you with a spectacular show year after year.