Boasting a traditional trumpet daffodil shape, pale yellow petals encircle the bright yellow trumpet in early to mid spring. A tete-a-tete may be a private conversation between two people, but you'll want to share these stunning daffs with everyone!
Narcissus are easy to grow bulbs that reliably flower in gardens year after year. Plant in full sun in a soil enriched with aged compost or decomposed manure. Dig a hole around 20cm deep and backfill to a height twice the depth of the bulbs height. Place several bulbs in a single hole to improve your display leaving at least a bulbs width between each bulb. 10 bulbs per hole will make a stunning feature and also make it easier to avoid accidental injury to the bulb by rogue digging. Backfill, water and mulch. Come late winter, your garden will be a mass of stunning flowers, the perfect herald to the spring.