Flower color: white and yellow
Flowering period: March - April
Average plant height: 10 – 12 inches
Spacing between bulbs: 2 inches
Type of bulb: true bulb
These daffodils, sometimes called 'Angels' tears' grow in the wild in Spain and Portugal. They usually have 2 to 6 flowers to a stem. Their distinguishing feature is that the perianth petals flare back and away from the cup so that the cup is more conspicuous. The flowers are always angled downward.
These low-growing little daffodils have a definite preference for somewhat damp habitats. They are also frequently used in rock gardens.
Most significant cultivars
- 'Hawera': golden yellow
- 'Ice Wings': white-white
- 'Thalia': pure white