I will start by telling you this Daffodil’s worst characteristic: not all her flowers are as beautiful as the one you see in the photo. A large part of her flowers, about half of them, burst open and don’t show that pretty, full cup. There are also flowers that do have the filled cup, but which have only one set of perianth instead of two.
But even when the flowers do burst open, they are still pretty enough to enjoy. Hardy Lee is also a perfect Daffodil for naturalization. It is not written anywhere, but Eric Breed and I have a shared feeling that she is a mutant of King Alfred. King Alfred was thé yellow daffodil halfway through the last century. To this day, she is still found in forests and pieces of grass where she has managed to survive all those years. So even though Hardy Lee is not that consistent when it comes to the shape of her flower, she is really worth planting in your garden.