A richly fragrant white double
A creamy-white, late flowering daffodil which usually appears in clusters on top of the upright stems. The strongly scented flowers do not resemble your traditional yellow trumpets, but are fully double so look ruffled and are said to resemble carnations. They look great planted in small drifts in a mixed or shrub border, or can be potted up as part of a seasonal bedding display.
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