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.
Perfect in containers and as a cut flower
Grows 16-24″ tall
Blooms Mid Spring
Hardy in Zones 2-8
Plant outdoors in the fall about 6-8 weeks before the first hard frost. Select a spot in the garden that receives full or afternoon sun and where the soil drains well. Loosen the soil and plant the bulbs, pointy end up, approximately 6-8″ deep and 5″ apart. Tamp down the soil and water well after planting. Leave the foliage intact and cut only the stems to use as cut flowers. Foliage should be left to die back naturally as it provides the nutrients the bulb will need to grow and flower the following year.