Trumpet daffodils are known for their traditional daffodil shape; a large flower on one stem with an exceptionally long large trumpet.
Narcissus are easy to grow in well-drained soil in full sun to partial shade and are well known to be deer resistant. These daffodils have a long bloom time and are stunning in any landscape when planted in large clusters.
Light Requirements: Full Sun, Partial Shade
Planting Depth: 6 Inches
Bulbs per Square Foot: 6
Trumpet daffodils are identified as having a center trumpet that is larger than its outside petals. Like all narcissus, they can be left in the ground after blooming to multiply over the years. If you wish to subdivide bulbs after 2 or 3 years of blooming; harvest them immediately after the foliage has died down. Divide and store in a well-ventilated, cool, dry place; then replant in the fall.
Blooms mid spring
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We have done our best to describe this plant as accurately as possible, however, different climates
and growing conditions in different parts of the country will affect height, bloom time, and color.