Trumpet daffodil

Family: Amaryllidaceae
Botanical name: Narcissus trumpet

Flower colour: yellow, white and bicoloured

Flowering period: March – May

Average plant height: 35 – 50 cm

Spacing between bulbs: 5 – 7.5 cm

Type of bulb: bulb

These narcissi have only one large flower to a stem. The trumpet is just as long or longer than the length of the perianth segments. This group includes yellow, white and bicoloured varieties.

Most significant cultivars

  • ‘Arctic gold’ *: yellow
  • ‘Ballade’*: golden-yellow
  • ‘Brighton’*: golden-yellow with lemon-yellow trumpet
  • ‘Dutch Master’*: golden-yellow
  • ‘Exception’*: yellow
  • ‘Foresight’*: white with bright yellow trumpet
  • ‘Goblet’*: creamy-white with yellow trumpet
  • ‘Golden Harvest’*: gold-yellow
  • ‘Gold Medal’*: gold-yellow
  • ‘Las Vegas’*: white and yellow
  • ‘Little Gem’: yellow
  • ‘Magnet’*: white with yellow trumpet
  • ‘Mount Hood’*: ivory-white
  • ‘Princewinner’*: yellow
  • ‘Royal Gold’*: yellow
  • ‘Spellbinder’*: canary yellow with pale yellow trumpet
  • ‘Standard Value’*: yellow
  • ‘Unsurpassable’*: canary yellow with gold-yellow trumpet

* Cultivars recommended for forcing