Narcissus ‘W.P. Milner’ (Trumpet Daffodil)

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Narcissus ‘W.P. Milner’, commonly known as the Trumpet Daffodil, is a specific cultivar of daffodil. It belongs to the genus Narcissus, characterized by its large, showy trumpet-shaped flowers. The trumpet portion, or corona, is typically long and prominent, while the petals (perianth) surrounding it are often white or a soft creamy color. This variety is known for its elegant and striking appearance, making it a popular choice for gardens, parks, and floral arrangements. Like other daffodils, ‘W.P. Milner’ blooms in spring, adding brightness and charm to landscapes after the winter months.

Botanical Name
Narcissus ‘W.P. Milner’
Plant Type
Up to 12 inches (30 cm)
Strap-shaped, green leaves
Sun Exposure
Full sun to part shade
Soil Requirements
Well-drained, average moisture
Hardiness Zones
Flower Color
Pale lemon to creamy-white
Foliage Color
Season Features
Early to mid-spring blooming
Special Features
Dwarf habit, naturalizes well, deer and rabbit resistant
Distribution and Habitat
Adaptable to wild gardens and cultivated beds
Ingestion may cause severe discomfort; skin irritants, and toxic to pets
  • The ‘W.P. Milner’ daffodil boasts a dwarf stature, making it an excellent choice for adding a touch of elegance to the spring garden.
  • Its flowers, approximately 2.5 inches across, display a classic trumpet shape, characteristic of its group.
  • Watering should be consistent during the growing season, tapering off as the foliage begins to die back.
  • Propagation is typically done by removing offsets in early summer.
  • This daffodil thrives with minimal attention, making it a low-maintenance yet valuable addition to any garden.
  • Narcissus ‘W.P. Milner’ adds color and fragrance to gardens, stunning focal points in borders, beds, and containers.
  • Its resistance to deer and rabbits adds to its appeal as a garden plant.
  • Common pests include aphids, narcissus bulb flies, and slugs. Prevent disease by planting in well-drained soil and avoiding overwatering.


When is the best time to plant Narcissus ‘W.P. Milner’ bulbs?

Plant bulbs in autumn before the first frost, allowing them to establish roots before winter dormancy.

How do I prolong the blooming period of Narcissus ‘W.P. Milner’?

Deadhead blooms promptly and provides adequate moisture and nutrients during the growing season.

Can Narcissus ‘W.P. Milner’ tolerate shade?

While preferring full sun, Trumpet Daffodils can tolerate partial shade, though flowering may be reduced.

How should I care for the bulbs after blooming?

Reduce watering and allow the foliage to die back naturally.

Can I grow Narcissus ‘W.P. Milner’ in containers?

Absolutely! Plant bulbs in well-draining soil mixtures and place containers in sunny locations for best results.

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