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Smaller in size but sizable in their popularity, the Cyclamineus grouping of daffodils are some of the season's earliest bloomers – sometimes poking forth through the snow to share their cheerful colors. Characteristics include a straight and slender trumpet, petals that do not overlap, and a single flower per stem. Because of their smaller size, these daffodils hold up especially well in harsh weather conditions while also thriving in normal climates. A great choice for border areas, Cyclamineus types look especially nice when planted in groupings or small clusters and pots as well. Consider mixing Tete a Tete or Jack Snipe amongst some hyacinth bulbs for a nice combination of different blooms.
Perhaps the world's most easily recognized flower, daffodils can be grown almost anywhere in the United States and Canada and naturalize extremely well in most climate zones. Daffodils are famous for announcing the arrival of spring with their famous trumpet shaped blooms. Most commonly seen flowering in yellow colors, daffodil blooms can be found in a handful of other colors and a number of bi-colored combinations as well.
Daffodil bulbs must be planted during the autumn months so that they can grow and develop a flower that blooms during the spring. Each bulb should grow multiple stems; some varieties will have one bloom per stem while others will grow multiple blooms per stem. Flowers last for an extended period of time in the garden and make great fresh cut blooms as well. Daffodils require very little gardening care, naturalize very well, and perhaps most appealing: are completely resistant to deer and rodents!
Color : Yellow
Height : 12 to 14 inches
Bulb Size : Topsize
Season : Early
Sun : Prefers Full to Partial Sun
Depth : 8"
Spacing : 4"
Multiplies : Yes
Naturalizes : Yes
Forcing : No
Scented : No
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Area 2: All other states in the Continental U.S., which are not listed in Area 1, we will add 15 cents per dollar ordered. Minimum charge of $12.50 per order.
Area 3: Alaska & Hawaii - we will add 40 cents per dollar ordered. Minimum charge of $20.00 per order.
Canadian Friends: Add 15 cents per dollar ordered for shipping and handling. This will include all costs needed for the Agriculture Inspection Certificate and Customs Clearance. Minimum charge of $12.50 per order.
There will be an additional fee for all incorrect addresses.
Cancellations: A $25 processing fee will be charged on all cancelled orders. Cancellations will not be accepted after August 31.