Daffodils Planting Instructions

Daffodils

Daffodils has been around since the 1930s but remains the best known and most widely grown spring flower. They make a bright splash in early spring. The bold blooms with subtle colors, with petals drawn slightly forward, are borne on 16-18in stems. It makes a striking under planting for taller plants and is ideal for naturalizing.

 

Imagine a burst of 4.5" diameter blooms early in spring. These Daffodils will be plentiful with large showy blooms in early to mid-Spring, just what is needed after a long winter! Perfect for the home gardener who is looking to add a swatch of color to their landscape or naturalize their yard.

 

Height:  16-18 inches

Sunlight:  Full

Bulb Size: 14cm+

Soil:  Well drained

Bloom Time: Early-Mid

Depth:  6 inches

 USDA Zones: 3-7

(prechill 7b-10) for 10 days

Density:  5 per sq. ft.

 

 Zones 3-10