When the trumpet of a daffodil is split into distinct petals, it creates the appearance of a flower inside another flower. That’s what defines the split corona daffodils. If we wanted to get really technical, we could divide this group into a further two depending on whether the petals are split into one or two rings of petals. Needless to say, the effect is very striking, especially when the Split Corona Daffodils feature two colours – one for the outer petals and another for the trumpet. Take a look at the tried and tested varieties Farmer Gracey has to offer; you’re sure to want to include some of them in your garden this year.