Brings a different perspective to the garden with their short "necks" that present a single flower at an acute angle to the stem. They are perfect for rock gardens, borders, beds, and window boxes and naturalizing.
This is the result of a crossing between the Trumpet Daffodil with Narcissi Cyclamineus, yellow perianth and slightly reflexing golden orange trumpet. It usually starts to flower in early March and blooms for four weeks or more.
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