Narcissus 'Rijnveld's Early Sensation'

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Buy Narcissus 'Rijnveld's Early Sensation' trumpet daffodil bulbs: This is the earliest trumpet daffodil

  • Position: full sun or partial shade
  • Soil: well-drained soil
  • Rate of growth: average
  • Flowering period: December to February
  • Hardiness: fully hardy
  • Bulb size: 12/14

    In milder winters, or in particularly sheltered gardens, this trumpet daffodil can be in bloom in late December or early January, so if you want an early start to the season, then this is by far the best one to choose. It flowers a good few weeks earlier than many of the other big trumpet types, often producing blooms before the foliage has had a chance to reach its full height. This makes it ideal for extending the season - as well as lifting the spirits in the depths of winter.

  • Garden care: Wearing gloves plant bulbs 10-15cm (4-6in) deep and a similar distance apart from late summer to mid autumn. After flowering feed with a balanced fertiliser, deadhead and allow the leaves to die back naturally.

  • Harmful if eaten/skin irritant

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One of my best


Pretty well the best early daffodil, often blooming from December. One of my favourites for brightening up the winter and starting a good sequence of narcissi until May/June. I use bulbs a lot to give successional colour and reliability, since they die back and can be followed by other bulbs or perennials.

Farmer Bailey





Scattered around the garden, they bloomed well + for quite a while. As they were early we had continuous blooms from winter to spring. No obvious slug damage.

Gardening Gran



Early sunshiny blooms


I have never grown this narcissus before but was attracted to the idea of giving them a try, in anticipation of adding some early colour after winter, for containers on my south facing balcony. These bulbs arrived quickly, and in perfect condition, and I have not been disappointed. It is now early February in Brighton, and these bulbs are breaking out into bright, beautiful, sunshiny blooms which look absolutely beautiful. I will definitely be buying these from Crocus again, and I like them so much, that next time, I will be doubling my order!

Cat Woman



Not so early this year


I grew these in a pot, hoping for some early colour. However, possibly due to the long cold winter, they didn't flower till the end of March. Flowers are about 20 inches tall and just going over now, 20 April. A bonus was that I was able to use some as an entry to my gardening club show at the end of March. Traditional daffodil shape and nice colour. Not early though!






Very pleased with these bulbs. I will certainly buy from this company again. Lots of compliements from my neighbours. Impressed with the size of the bulbs.




Great to have colour in early February


I'm going to buy more for next year for an early colour blast!


N w wales


I woud buy this product again


I bought this daffodil because it was advertised as very early. This year it appeared above ground and flowered later than mid season varieties. However the flowers look like those on the web site so hopefully they are Rijnvelds and the late flowering was due to it being their first year. Crocus technical staff seem to know their subject and answer the question asked, which is unfortunately rare these days.


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A true early sensation!


Plant in lawn or garden where visible from a window to see bright gold flowers in mid winter. I have grown these for more than 30 years in Birmingham UK. Earliest flower opened 24th December 2003.


Birmingham UK


Early lang lasting colour


We live at 600ft altitude in North Wales, yet the first of these daffodils was in flower in our garden on Christmas day. Best of all they remain in flower much longer that most dafs so you will have a great display for several weeks.

Phil of Cilcain




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