Pipit is an unusual botanical with flowers that open entirely bright lemon yellow, only for the corona to fade to white giving it a steaky look during the fading period. Stems produce two to three flower each. Plant this quirky daffodil in generous drifts through beds and borders, in pots, under trees or it can be usedas underplanting of roses and shrubs. Best planted in full sun but will tolerate light shade, in a moist but free-draining soil. Allow foliage to die down naturally as this ensures nourishment for the next seasons growth.