Unsurpassable Daffodil (Narcissus ‘Unsurpassable’)
With a name like the Unsurpassable Daffodil (Narcissus ‘Unsurpassable’), this bright beauty has a lot to live up to. Luckily, this tall, brilliant yellow Trumpet Tulip has no problem meeting and surpassing expectations.
The Unsurpassable Daffodil is often the opening act of most gardens. As an early-spring bloomer, its glowing yellow adds welcome warmth as winter transforms into spring. And with whopping blooms, this daffodil knows how to get the show started.
As for its breathtaking color, the Unsurpassable Daffodil is a vision in yellow. It lights up the garden with lemon-yellow petals that add even more radiance with their pointed petals. It also holds the audience’s attention with a long, showy, golden trumpet with deeply incised ruffles. This buttery beauty will melt your heart!
Where does this sunny daffodil perform best? It highlights areas that may get overlooked. So plant some around your shrubs or recessed sections of your garden bed. They also add light and interest in the dappled shade beneath evergreens. The Unsurpassable is also happy to highlight your paths, mailbox, or birdbath as a pristine border. It really demands attention as a mass planting. Just be sure to provide it with full sun or partial sun and room to spread.
Plant your Unsurpassable Daffodil bulbs in fall and you’ll find them unsurpassably breathtaking in spring. You will look forward to these yellow-on-yellow daffodils year after year. Don’t be afraid to be bold, be bright, and begin spring on the right bloom with some Unsurpassable Daffodils.
|Common name||Unsurpassable Daffodil|
|Botanical name||Narcissus 'Unsurpassable'|
|Height||16 - 18 inches|
|Soil condition||Well Drained|
|Leaf color||Spring Bulbs|