The thick, soft yellow outer petals of the vigorous performer, Narcissus ‘Cornish King,’ are etched with blonde brushstrokes when the blossoms first open. The color evolves into sparkling white as the flowers mature, and offsets the huge, bright yellow trumpet that flares out at the opening.
Large Cup Daffodils usher in spring with big flowers, one per stem. They endure extreme weather conditions, politely spread and continue flowering for decades. 16-18” tall, blooms in Mid-spring (April), Sun – Part Shade, hardy to Zone 4. Plant bulbs 4-5” deep. Deer & rodent resistant.
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