One of the finest wild daffodils which is quite late to flower but blooms for a good six weeks. A patch of this wildling will fill the spring air with sweet, spicy fragrance. It has happily grown here in rough grass for twenty years but I’ve recently moved it to a more benign spot in the garden. The upright leaves are dark green, round and rush-like and are upright. The 4 or 5 flowers are held on each 30cm tall stem. One of the joys of the daffodil world.