Narcissus Mount Hood has a broad, flat, overlapping strong white perianth, standing at right angles to the very large and well-proportioned long pure white trumpet. Daffodil Mount Hood is known for its trumpet, as it appears in a creamy yellow shade when it first opens but turns to pure white as flower ages. An excellent variety, idea when planted in patio pot containers, garden borders or as part of a cut flower display. Height 45cm. 12/14cm bulbs supplied.
|Mature Height||45 cm|
|Mature Spread||10 cm|
|Plant Spacing||10 cm|
|Annual Growth||40 cm|
|Planting||Plant 10cm deep.|
|Soil Type||Fertile, well drained soil|
Growing at a glance…
Daffodils (or narcissi) are both easy to grow and incredibly reliable. Like many bulbs, it takes very little time to plant them. Remove any weeds in the area you'd like to plant your bulbs and dig at the soil to aerate it. Fork in some organic matter to improve the drainage and soil structure. Daffodils prefer sunny spots and well-drained soil, so keep this in mind when planting. Plant each bulb 2-3 times the bulbs height and place it with the shoot facing upwards. Space them twice their width apart. Cover with soil and water if the ground is dry.