Untouched color/colour photograph by J. McCombie.
Trepolo is classified as (11bW-O/W) which means it is a Division 11b Narcissus of Papillon Daffodil Cultivars, the perianth segments (petals) are white and the corona (cup) is split and coloured orange and white.
Trepolo – one of the most colorful of the sunburst type split coronas we have seen; late mid spring; 14"-18".
Daffodils are the most cost effective, pest-free perennial plants available and make wonderful companions with other bulbs, perennials, annuals and flowering shrubs. They grow in almost all areas of the United States as long as there is a discernible winter. They are pest-free and when given ample sunlight, water and proper nutrition, will provide early spring color for many years. They are divided into 13 divisions according to their flower shape and heritage. Daffodils should be planted in full sun or at least 6 hours a day of sunlight after the leaves are on the trees and should be planted 3x the height of their bulb deep (3"-8"). The ADS defines DIVISION 11 – SPLIT CORONA as: “Corona split – usually for more than half its length.” and 11B – PAPILLON as: “Split corona daffodils with the corona segments alternate to the perianth segments; the corona segments usually in a single whorl of six.”