The trumpet of this lovely Pyrenees wildling is of the same form and color as that of the prototypical trumpet daffodil, Narcissus pseudonarcissus (of which it is sometimes considered a subspecies). But it differs from most domesticated trumpet narcissi in having “petals” that are white, save for some yellow staining at their base. Like many of the wild narcissus, the segments are relatively narrow and are twisted in propeller fashion. Maritime/Montane; N Spain & Portugal. Zone 5.