Whether planted in beds and borders, around shrubs or beneath deciduous trees, Ice Follies Daffodils will bloom consistently from year to year. Large, shimmering white outer petals surround a funnel-shaped, frilly yellow inner cup that fades to creamy white as the flowers mature. Each stem bears a single 4″ flower emerging amid long, rich green strap-shaped foliage.
Be ready for compliments when they’re used as focal points in cut flower arrangements. Amazingly easy to grow. Carefree and naturalizing. Excellent cut flower. Deer, rabbit, and drought resistant.
Grow 16-18″ tall.
Hardy in Zones 3-9
Planting tip: For a more natural look, plant daffodils in clusters rather than in straight lines. To achieve a naturalized look, they can also be planted in the lawn. Toss handfuls of bulbs onto the desired area of the lawn and plant them where they fall. Just don’t mow the lawn until the leaves of the daffodils have died down.
Fill the empty spots in your garden beds and borders with our Double Late Tulip Mix. Large, double-petaled blooms up to 4″ across when fully open resemble old-fashioned peonies. Showy and unusual, this colorful mix may include flowers of red, white, burgundy, pink, or yellow. Also great in rock gardens or when added to containers, they extend the joy of the spring flower season. Clip a few and bring them inside; tied together with raffia they're impressive additions above the fireplace and as centerpieces on a table.
Easy to grow. Carefree. Strong, sturdy stems. Excellent cut flower.
Grow 16-18″ tall.
Bloom late spring.
Hardy in Zones 3-8
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.
White Emperor tulips live up to their name in a most royal fashion. Large, creamy white flowers with a golden heart edged in lemony yellow turn pure, pristine white as the flowers mature. Huge flowers are formed of unique petals that are wide, very long, and mildly fragrant. Their sturdy stems and large, sword-like leaves make them perfect additions to beds, borders, and containers. Excellent in cut flower arrangements, they're perfect paired with other bright or pastel spring blooms.
Easy to grow and carefree. Excellent cut flower. Strong, sturdy stems.
Grow 18-22″ tall.
Hardy in Zones 3-8 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.