Daffodil ID request
Do any of you very clever clogs know which variety this is please? It's absolutely gorgeous.
edited April 2022
Hmm... I have a similar one called Hillstar.
I have one with similar colouration it’s a variety calledPipet but usually multi headed.
That’s Pipit I think.
I garden in South Notts on an improved clay soil
Yes I think it is Pippit too
The most serious gardening I do would seem very strange to an onlooker,for it involves hours of walking round in circles,apparently doing nothing. Helen Dillon.
Narcissus Pipit .
It's a jonquil-type Narcissus, meaning each stem can carry up to four fragrant flowers.
It is a bit different from other daffs it changes colour as it ages.
Quotes from www....
a. Soft lemon yellow petals with the base turning white.
b. carrying up to four fragrant, lemon-yellow flowers 7cm across, the cups soon fading to creamy-white.
c. bearing two or three lemon-yellow flowers per stem, the cups quickly fading to creamy-white. Sweetly fragrant,.
d. lemon yellow petals with a creamy white cup.
e. an unusual pale lemon and as they mature, the centre of the bloom fades to a creamy-white, creating a two-tone effect.
Perthshire. SCOTLAND .
That's brilliant - I'll add it to my ever-growing wish list. Thank you!