Daffodils are a well known symbol of spring, hope and renewal, because of the way they light up the landscape after winter is finally through. This collection contains 10 each of the following varities Daffodil Jetfire, Daffodil Jack Snipe, Daffodil Rip van Winkle, Daffodil Minnow, Daffodil Geranium, Daffodil Thalia, Daffodil Pipit, Daffodil Canaliculatus, Daffodil Hawera, Daffodil Tete a Tete
The perfect flower for naturalizing, daffodil blooms look best in abundance.
Prized by gardeners and florists for their classic shapes and large blooms, Single Late Tulips extend the tulip season at least 2 weeks beyond that of the Darwin and Triumph varieties. From the darkest of the dark to the purest white and even some bi-color varieties, you’ll be dazzled by the display these late bloomers provide in the garden. Bring them indoors and intersperse them in cut flower arrangements for an eye-catching look, or cluster them together for a spectacular display.
Easy to grow. Carefree. Strong, sturdy stems. Excellent cut flower.
Grow 22-28″ tall.
Bloom late spring.
Hardy in Zones 2-8
Planting tip: For a more natural look, plant tulips in clusters rather than in straight lines. Remember that tulips do not like excessive moisture and should not be planted where they are watered by irrigation systems.
Here’s a collection that includes ten outstanding varieties of fresh, prime-quality spring blooming bulbs that are fully guaranteed to grow and bloom. This collection contains Anemone Sylphide (10),Hyacinth Rose(5), Crocus Vernus Wit(15), Muscari Armeniacum(15), Daffodil Tete a Tete(10), Tulip Ile de France(10), Allium Siculum(3), Crocus Botanical Advance(20), Tulip Botantical Lilic Wonder(10), Allium Paars(1)
When these perfumed blooms begin to appear, there’ll be no doubt that spring is in the air!