The Narcissus 'Dutch Master' is everything you think of in a traditional daffodil. The large bulb (14+ cm) produces a large yellow on yellow trumpet bloom that is about 4 inches across! If you have been looking for a daffodil that is similar to the 'King Alfred', this is the one! It naturalizes well and is a great repeat performer.
This lovely daffodil has been around since the 1930s. When they call this daffodil a "large-cupped" daffodil, they aren't kidding. The blooms are about 4" across. No, that's not a typo; the blooms are almost 4" across. These will make a dramatic statement in your garden. Imagine one or two of these cut blooms in a bouquet.
The petals on the 'Dutch Master' curve slightly forward to draw one's eye to the frilly large cup. The large bloom on top of the 18-20" stem demands attention in the garden. These blooms look great in mass plantings or interspersed with some of your other daffodils and tulips.
Plant the bulbs about 2-3 times the size of the bulb (so if the bulb is 1 inch long, plant it 2-3 inches deep). If you are farther north and get very cold during the winter, you may want to plant it about 4-6 inches deep. Space the holes about 3-6 inches apart, and for a more natural looking display, consider planting 2-3 bulbs in each hole .