The "Sinopel" daffodil (Narcissus) is considered one of the most intriguing and most unusual varieties of the single daffodil. This tall, slender perennial produces extremely large, white blooms with tiny, bowl-shaped corolla appendages. Depending on the temperature the corolla appendages of the "Sinopel" daffodil take on different colours, from yellow (in cold weather) to vividly green (when it is warm). Sweet, pleasant scent of this extraordinary variety belongs to the most striking features of this variety, that is the best choice for growing both on borders and for cut flowers.
Bulbs of the "Sinopel" daffodil should be planted in autumn on a bright, sunny site with a permeable and humous soil. We recommend to prepare a drainage layer on heavier, moister soils. The variety offered in our store is easy to grow, hardy and vigorous. It provides great company for the early tulips, ornamental Allium plants, grape hyacinths and snake's heads. We also recommend to combine it with other single and double daffodil varieties (such as "Delnashaugh", "Dutch Master", "Pipit" or "Salome").
One package contains 50 bulbs of the 'Sinopel' daffodil, sized 12/14 cm. The basic plant growing instructions have been printed on the package.