A nice hybrid daffodil, bred in Ireland in the 1950s. Its double flowers are mostly colored a buttery yellow, with a few frills of orange in the middle (I guess that's what's left of the trumpet in these double flower creations). Has been reliably returning since we planted them several years ago.
||yellow/orange (late April-May)
||ordinary garden soil
In our garden, this plant grows in the following areas: curve garden (front lobe), back yard
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April 30, 2015