|A small-cupped daffodil. The solitary blooms are pure-white with a large eye, grey center, and salmon orange on the lower half of the petals. Basal leaves are green and strap-shaped.
Daffodils are excellent for naturalizing along wood's edge, or as an underplanting in the perennial border or ground cover bed. 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.