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 2015, PLEASE SEE OUR BULBS IN THE GREEN CATEGORY TO PURCHASE THESE FOR DELIVERY AS GROWING PLANTS IN SPRING 2016.