|A dwarf daffodil. The tiny, solitary flowers are white, with wide, funnel-shaped cups, and appear on leafless stems. Basel leaves are erect and grayish-green.
This very diminutive variety will show best in a rockery or naturalized setting which make the most of it's assets. Planting depth is roughly 3 times the width of the bulb. If planted in well drained soil, daffodils are virtually disease and trouble free. Once finished flowering, allow foliage to flop over and dry out. Divide if flower production or size has dwindled.