There is little to seek in a Daffodil that isn't found in 'Chromacolor' -- substance, eye-catching beauty, and fragrance. The flower is clear white with a cup that turns deep reddish pink and has the scent of roses or raspberries. Bred by Bill Pannill. Midseason.
Large-cupped Daffodils are the workhorses of the Daffodil world. They're good for bedding, picking, naturalizing, forcing, and showing. This class includes the full color range: white, every shade of yellow, orange, and pink. They have one flower to a stem and a cup, which is not as long as their perianth segments but still greater than one-third the length of the segments. Large-cupped Daffodils always look fresh and festive.
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".