Descriptions of this hybrid daffodil say it has a pink trumpet, and so do some online photos – but most photos show flowers with yellow trumpets, and that's indeed what we have. Whether or not ours are the true named cultivar, they are certainly a nice mid-late-season daffodil, their soft yellow trumpets and milk-white petals really fitting a spring garden. We got a decent number of them one autumn from a big-box store, planted them in our sun-baked, clay-soiled driveway bed, and have enjoyed them every year since then.
We left this plant behind in our Pennsylvania garden (and wish it well); we don't grow it in Houston.
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May 02, 2015