narcissus psuedonarcissus lobularis
The Wild Daffodil (also known as the Lent Lily) has long grey-green leaves. The plants have a clump forming habit. The wild form looks very much like its cultivated siblings, except that the true wild species is generally a slighter plant with half-nodding flowers.
Used extensively for landscaping in hedgerows, woodland areas and impact planting.
The bulbs can be planted in clumps or simply planted as spot plants to create a naturalised appearance. Simply cast the bulbs and plant where they fall.