A Daffodil that cannot go unnoticed when you pass her in a garden or park. Radiant, white flowers with a delightfully cheeky, watchful eye in the middle. She is obviously related to the poeticus Daffodils, but she has significantly more weight to her body. A beautiful plant with firm stems that carry her seductive flowers proudly. When she just starts blooming, she has a remarkable orange edge to her crown that quickly shrivels to a thin, bright red line. A lot of people think that is a shame, but I actually feel like it only adds to her graceful figure. It is precisely that thin line that makes her eye pop so beautifully within her snowy white perianth.