Double Daffodil Mix 30 pc. Collection
- Buy 2 for $26.96 each and save 10%
- Buy 4 for $25.46 each and save 15%
Daffodils are often the very first flower we see in spring and with this collection of daffodils, you'll be seeing double! Because each of the daffodils in this collection produce double petaled flowers! This premium assortment of double flowered daffodils includes some that have double white petals, double yellow, white and yellow, yellow and orange, as well as white and apricot. Now the home gardener can enjoy the luxuriousness of the thick, double petaled daffies right in his or her own garden! Instead of the classic trumpet look, our double daffies have a central cluster of petals bringing a much fuller and satisfying look.
|Botanical Name:||Narcissus||Common Name:||Double Daffodils||Hardiness Zone:||3-10; Cold Tolerance: -40F||Sun Shade:||Full to Partial Sun||SKU:||R64423 / Perennial||Bloom Time:||Early to Mid Spring||Cultivar:||Double Daffodil Mix: Includes a mix of double white petals, double yellow, white and yellow, yellow and orange, as well as white and apricot||HT/WD:||12-20 inches / 3-6 inches (group 5-6 bulbs per sq. foot)||Special:||Double varieties; tremendous spring color; long bloom season; highly dependable and versatile along with being tough and very hardy; comes back each season with more vigor and color; great for resisting deer, rodents and voles due to the poisonous sap||Uses:||Perennial garden or border, along walkways, containers, underneath deciduous trees, clustering- (5-6 bulbs per sq. ft.)||Growing Guides:||Daffodil||Ships:||Bulb||Shipping Schedule:||USDA Zones 3a-5a - ships Sept 28th; USDA Zones 5b-7b - ships Oct 19th; USDA Zones 8-11 - ships Nov 23rd|
Each bulb can produce 1-3 flowers the first season, and reliably produce more each year. Probably the most versatile of all spring flowering bulbs. Can be planted just about anywhere - along borders and flower beds, in pots, under trees, or even right in the lawn. They naturalize effortlessly creating a horticultural legacy year after year. They thrive anywhere in the country from the cooler northern regions down to the south. We recommend clustering about 5-6 bulbs together to get dense patches of flowers. Also, you can pair with hyacinth, crocus, double petaled tulips for a spring garden treasure.