Like an arrow unleashed by the huntress Diana, this unusual soft yellow-and-pink Trumpet Daffodil leaves a lasting impression. The 4in blooms are spectacular in drifts, at the edge of a wood, or in a perennial garden. Midseason.
Daffodils are officially classified as trumpets when their trumpets, or coronas, are as long as or longer than their segments, or perianth. Trumpet Daffodils generally perform better in the middle and northern states than in the Deep South.
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".