White petals, each with a small yellow base, a warm orange cup and a tiny green eye combine to create these snappy little flowers. Half dozen blooms burst from a single stem, each with an intensely sweet, musky fragrance. If you haven't tried multi-flowered daffodils yet, don't let another spring slip by. Buy bigger bulbs, plant vigorous Cragford this fall and come spring, you'll congratulate yourself on your sheer brilliance. Good for indoor forcing, too.
Water lightly during growth period.
Full sun to partial shade
Daffodil CragfordBotanical Name:
Full sun to partial shade outdoors, bright direct/indirect light indoorsHardiness:
Zones 5-9 in South/ 5-10 in WestHeight:
16- 18 "Color:
White petals, warm orange cup and snappy green eye, very fragrantBloom Season:
Mid springBulb/Plant Size:
10 very large bulbs