Daffodil Plant 3 For $12.99

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Bloom Season
Spring,
Bloom Color
Yellow,
Height At Maturity
Under 3 Feet
Categories
Perennials
Zone
3-8,
grow-zone
Planting Zones 3-8
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Year Round
Exposure
Sun And Shade, Full Sun,
Exposure
Sun And Shade, Full Sun,
Usage
Flower Gardens And Beds, Border Plants,
Usage
Flower Gardens And Beds, Border Plants,
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$12.99
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Daffodil Plant 3 For $12.99 Description

Daffodils are early spring blooming perennials

 

Daffodil plants are super easy to grow and are one of the first perennials to bloom in spring. They often are the first sign of spring to many because the old wives' tales say it's got to snow on the buttercups (daffodils) before spring. Daffodils, botanical name narcissus, are the consummate spring flowering bulbs, easy to grow and easy to care for. Over fifty species of daffodils fall into thirteen different types based on the form of the flower within the surrounding petals. There are also some 25,000 registered hybrids. From cheery yellow large-cup trumpets to delicate paperwhites to elegant, double-trumpet, petit four cultivars, these fragrant, winter-hardy flowers will make any spring garden come alive with color. 

 

 Some of the most common daffodils include the bright yellow Dutch Master of the trumpet variety and the Pheasant's Eye, recognized for its white petals surrounding a red-rimmed yellow cup. 

 

 One last perk about daffodils - they are repellent to deer, rabbits, squirrels, and most other wild animals, so gardeners should have little worry that their "crops" of color will get eaten by unwanted visitors.

Hardy Planting Zone: Most daffodil varieties thrive in USDA hardiness zones 3 to 8. 

 

Bloom Season: Bulbs should be planted in the fall. Reliably early bloomers, these carefree flowers typically appear in late winter and early spring. Depending on the variety, one to as many as twenty flowers can appear on a single stem. 

 

Bloom Color: Daffodils are known traditionally for their varying shades of yellow but also appear in whites and creams, apricots, oranges, greens, and pinks. 

 

Daffodils typically grow to 12 to 18 inches at maturity

 

Soil Type Preferred: Daffodils do best in neutral or somewhat acidic soils. As they grow from bulbs, care should be taken to ensure the soil is well-drained to prevent rot. If your daffodils fail to flower as well as you would prefer, adding low nitrogen and high potash fertilizer after the flowering season has passed can bring better results. 

 

Sun Or Shade: Bulbs should be planted in areas receiving full sun to partial shade. 

 

Plant Description: Daffodils, botanical name narcissus, are the consummate spring flowering bulbs, easy to grow and easy to care for. Over fifty species of daffodils fall into thirteen different types based on the form of the flower within the surrounding petals. There are also some 25,000 registered hybrids. From cheery yellow large-cup trumpets to delicate paperwhites to elegant, double-trumpet, petit four cultivars, these fragrant, winter-hardy flowers will make any spring garden come alive with color. 

 

 Some of the most common daffodils include the bright yellow Dutch Master of the trumpet variety and the Pheasant's Eye, recognized for its white petals surrounding a red-rimmed yellow cup. 

 

 One last perk about daffodils - they are repellent to deer, rabbits, squirrels, and most other wild animals, so gardeners should have little worry that their "crops" of color will get eaten by unwanted visitors.

Daffodils Narcissus for sale online at Tn Nursery

 

Reviews (1)

  • 4
    so far so good

    Posted by David Grey on Aug 09, 2022


    great plans at an affordable price.

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We sell only bare root plants. We dip the roots in tera-sorb silicone gel to retain ample moisture for transit and surround with plastic. This is superior protection for plants in transit for up to 12 days.

Upon Receipt Of Your Plants

Open your plants and inspect the same day received. We offer 3 days to report any problems with your order. Bare root plants need to be planted within 2-3 days of receiving unless weather-related problems prohibit planting. Store in a cool place and keep roots moist and covered with plastic until they can be planted. Water for the first week daily after planting.

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