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Daffodils Trumpet Daffodil Dutch Master
A well balanced trumpet and broad erect overlapping perianth petals of rich ducat gold throughout makes a large smooth flower. A grand garden variety, outstanding pot plant. An Excellent alternative to the famous King Alfred Daffodil, true stock of which is now very scarce.
Height: 45cm / 18"
RHS Award of Garden Merit: RHS Award of Garden Merit
Flowering Time: March
Primary Colour: Yellow
Along with King Alfred, Dutch Master is one of the finest all-round yellow trumpets around which will do fine in pots for forcing for flowering after mid-February and in the garden. Its well-balanced trumpet and overlapping perianth petals are both a golden ducat yellow. Our Daffodils and Narcissi are ordered following the Royal Horticultural Society’s classification. Dutch Master is a Division 1 – Trumpet Daffodil, these are characterised by a single flower to a stem with a trumpet which is as long, or longer, than its perianth’s segments. The difference between a daffodil and narcissus is down to the size of the cup, daffodils have a large trumpet while narcissus have a smaller cup. A well-drained soil, deeply worked and containing some humus us ideal for narcissus and they will not tolerate a waterlogged soil. Dutch Master will grow to around 45cm and has also been presented the RHS Award of Merit.