Mount Hood Daffodil Planting Instructions

Mount Hood Daffodil

Mount Hood has been around since the 1930s but remains the best known and most widely grown of the white trumpet daffodils. The flowers open creamy yellow and mature an even creamy white. They make a bright splash in early spring. The bold blooms with subtle colors, with petals drawn slightly forward, are borne on 16-18in stems. It makes a striking underplanting for Taller plants and is ideal for naturalizing.

 

Imagine a burst of 4.5" diameter yellow blooms early in Spring. These Dutch Master Daffodils will be plentiful with large showy yellow blooms in early to mid Spring, just what is needed after a long winter! Perfect for the home gardener who is looking to add a swatch of yellow to their landscape or naturalize their yard.

 

Height:  16-18 inches

Sunlight:  Full

Bulb Size: 14cm+

Soil:  Well drained

Bloom Time: Early-Mid

Depth:  6 inches

 USDA Zones: 3-7

(prechill 7b-10) for 10 days

Density:  5 per sq. ft.

 

 Zones 3-10