Narcissus ‘Cragford’

Family: Amaryllidaceae

Narcissus ‘Cragford’ is a Tazetta daffodil cultivar, from Division 8 of the Royal Horticultural Society’s Daffodil Classification System.  Narcissus ‘Cragford’ is an heirloom daffodil cultivar, which was introduced before 1930.

Narcissus ‘Cragford’ produces multi-headed flowers, with white petals and orange red cups, or coronas, in mid spring.  In the UK, this daffodil cultivar usually flowers during the month of April.

Narcissus ‘Cragford’ is very similar in its appearance to Narcissus ‘Geranium’; you can compare the performance, scent, and flowering period of these two daffodil cultivars via my Scented Daffodil Trial Reports.  Narcissus ‘Geranium’ featured in my 2017 Scented Daffodil Trial, and Narcissus ‘Cragford’ featured in my 2018 Scented Daffodil Trial.

 

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