The Wild Daffodil (also known as the Lent Lily) is a variable perennial plant growing from a bulbous root and has long grey-green leaves. The plants have a clump forming habit. The wild form looks very much like its cultivated siblings, except that the true wild species is generally a slighter plant with half-nodding flowers. The 'trumpet' is often a darker yellow and nearly as long as the outer whorl of petals. SORRY OUT OF STOCK FOR AUTUMN 2013, PLEASE SEE OUR IN THE GREEN BULBS CATEGORY FOR PLANTS IN SPRING.