Excellent for naturalizing! Full blooms will create an
endless yellow carpet of daffodils. Each bulb produces
up to 15-20 flowers—distinctively shaped, 2" long,
bright yellow blossoms that last up to two weeks.
Narrow foliage stays attractive after flowering. Hardy
even in hot climates. Plant in a border, rock garden,
under shrubs or trees.
Zones: 3-8 Bulb Size: 6+ cm Height: 6-8"
Bloom Time: Late Spring to Early Summer Deer resistantSorry Cannot Ship to :
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Height: 6-8 inches
Spacing: 6 inches apart
Depth: Plant pointed end up; top of bulb 6 inches deep
Sun/Shade: full or partial sun
Color: Bright yellow
Foliage: Dies back after blooming
Blooms: Mid-spring for 1-3 weeks
Comments: Water well in Zone 10. Mix generous amounts of peat moss, compost, or well-rotted cattle manure deeply into the soil to improve drainage. Remove faded flowers but leave the foliage intact until it dies back naturally. Feed with a commercial 5-10-5 fertilizer in the fall and as growth appears in the spring. May require precooling in the refrigerator for 6-8 weeks in zones 9B and 10. Good for naturalizing. Most multiply annually. May require division in 3-4 years; replant and care for bulblets as adults. Bulbs and foliage may be toxic if ingested. Foliage may cause dermatitis.