A unusual daffodil, Julia Jane is a petite pale yellow flower with a funnel-shaped cup that overshadows the smaller outer petals. Arriving in early spring, it nestles into its slender, green foliage adding depth to the display. Plant this beauty en masse or in generous drifts through beds and borders, in pots, under trees or used to naturalise in areas of taller grass verges, lawn edges, hedgerows or banks. Best planted in partial sun, in a moist but free-draining soil. Allow foliage to die down naturally as this ensures nourishment for the next seasons growth. Julia Jane may require a year to establish but patience is a virtue when you see the results.