Looking and acting like a small version of 'King Alfred', this species produces its bright, golden yellow blooms early in the season. An heirloom known in Britain as the Tenby Daffodil after the Welsh town where it grows wild, perhaps introduced by the Phoenicians. N. obvallaris is ideal for naturalizing. Pre-1800. Early.
Large, bright Narcissus blooms are for many gardeners the first visible signs of spring. These vigorous, long-lived bulbs thrive joyously in sunny, well-drained places, are shunned by hungry deer and voles, and will thrive and multiply with little care on your part, creating a glorious landscape and a horticultural legacy.
For more information on Daffodil care, click on "Growing Guide & Tips".