This 1938 Heirloom hybrid triandrus-type miniature daffodil bears many little elfin, light lemon – yellow nodding bells with short demitasse cups and swept back petals. Each 5-6” slender stem bears one or two of these dainty blooms with wonderful, fruity fragrance. It is one of the most adaptable and seems to thrive in partial shade or full sun, growing beautifully forced in pots, shining, and thriving growing in scree or dryer areas as well as in the garden border.
Blooming in mid-late spring (May), it contrasts nicely with grape hyacinths and is exquisite with hellebores. The very slender foliage is easy to hide while it matures.
Hardy to Zone 3-4. Deer and rodent proof.