Narcissus ‘Mount Hood’
A classy white April daffodil
A stately, large-trumpet daffodil with white petals and a soft creamy-ivory trumpet. Naturalises well.
Height: 40 – 45cm
Month: early April
Light: full sun to partial shade
Soil: well-drained sand, clay, loam, chalk
Type: Division 1 trumpet daffodils
Bulb size: 12/14cm
The large flowers of Mount Hood open pure white with a soft cream trumpet, which then gradually whitens. Forms impressive displays with soft pink or purple tulips.
Trumpet daffodils such as Mount Hood and King Alfred have sturdy flowers that last well. They are good for naturalising, increasing each year.
Care: plant in autumn at a depth of one and a half to two time the diameter of the bulb. Add grit to heavy or wet soils.