Sprinter daffodil

Sprinter daffodil

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A garden delight! The split-cupped collar Splinter is a lovely gathering of frilly splashes of ruffled yellows and whites with an orange-tinged corona. This flower has a very tropical appearance. The American Daffodil Society divides Split-Cupped Daffodils into two subcategories - 'Collar' and 'Papillon.' The cup segments of Split-Cupped Collar Daffodils are positioned 'opposite' the petal segments, usually in two whorls of three. Collar daffodils usually have a very frilly looking cup.

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Additional Information

Additional Information

Planting Zones Zone: 3, Zone: 4, Zone: 5, Zone: 6, Zone: 7, Zone: 8
Grower H.M. Meeuwissen
Bulb Classification N.Div.11a: Split Collar
Bulb Size 15/17 cm
Bloom Time Mid
Sunlight Full Sun to Part Shade
Apart 6" Apart
Depth 4 - 6" Deep
Height Standard - 12.8 to 26.6 in
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Care Information
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