“LS” is short for landscape size. These bulbs are smaller than our regular daffodil bulbs; they will usually produce one flower per bulb instead of two or three. The benefit is that the bulbs are less expensive, making them attractive for large plantings. If planted in a sunny, well-drained location, they should catch up with our large bulbs in a year or two.
Mount Hood has been around since the 1930s but remains the best known and most widely grown of the all-white trumpet daffodils. The nose opens creamy yellow and matures an even bright white. A landscape staple. Deer and Rodent Proof