triandrus daffodil ‘Lemon Drops’
Narcissus ‘Lemon Drops’ (triandrus daffodil ‘Lemon Drops’) are said to represent hope and prosperity, but only when grown or given in bunches – single blooms are said to bring misfortune. Luckily triandrus daffodil ‘Lemon Drops’ (Narcissus ‘Lemon Drops’) has multiple blooms, so this flower is always good luck!
‘Lemon Drops’ has 2-6 flowers that hang down from each stem. The outer petals are significantly lighter yellow than the fluted trumpets, which are lemon-yellow. The trumpet is shorter than most daffodils, and the outer petals are usually reflexes.
|Botanical Name||Narcissus ‘Lemon Drops’|
|Common Name||triandrus daffodil ‘Lemon Drops’|
|USDA Zone||4 thru 8|
|Light Requirement||Full Sun to Part Shade|
|Season(s) of interest||spring|
|Height and Spread||9-12in x 6-9in (22-30cm x 15-22cm)|
|Attracts Wildlife||Rarely Browsed by Mammalian Herbivores|
|Additional Information||Not Native to the US Midwest. Horticultural origin.|
|Location in Lurie Garden||East Meadow, West Meadow, Northeast Light Plate, Northwest Light Plate, Southwest Light Plate, Southeast Light Plate, North Dark Plate, Southeast Dark Plate, Southwest Dark Plate, East Dark Plate|