The "Incomparable" daffodil is known scientifically as Narcissus incomparabilis. The elegance of these daffodils is unparalleled. Sometimes the overly large trumpets of some daffodils can be somewhat out of place in the garden. Incomparabilis is never out of place in the garden. In some ways, it is the perfect blend of a reliable perennial heirloom Narcissus combined with the desired and romantic trumpet shape of a daffodil. They are often found in clumps around old house garden sites and under deciduous trees, like in the photo below. We highly encourage giving this daffodil a try in your garden!
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.