Daffodil Bulbs For Sale
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Planting Daffodil Bulbs & Growing Tips
Planting Daffodil Bulbs
Plant your daffodil bulbs in the fall and in deep, fertile, well-drained soil in full sun to light shade. Plant daffodil bulbs 6" apart and 8" deep in groups of 5, 7, 9 or more. Consider planting the daffodil bulbs under deciduous trees that will not leaf out until after the Narcissus have bloomed.
Daffodil Bulbs: Growing & Maintaining
During their growth period, water the daffodil bulbs. After flowers bloom, let the foliage die back naturally. Once the foliage fades, cut it back. Daffodils can be left undisturbed to naturalize for years. To transplant, dig and divide the bulbs after the foliage has turned brown and replant at once. If you cannot plant bulbs immediately, store in a cool, airy place. Height depends on variety. Read more about how to plant, grow & care for Daffodils
How to store daffodil bulbs?
Store daffodil bulbs in a cool, dry place where there is good circulation. Place them on shallow trays or in old onion sacks. Avoid exposing them to direct sunlight, heat, freezing temperatures or dampness.
How many daffodil bulbs should I plant together?
Daffodils look best planted in groups. If planting in the ground, plant daffodil bulbs in groups of 10 or more.
What do daffodil bulbs look like?
Daffodil bulbs are some of the larger of the fall-planted bulbs. They're usually larger than tulip and crocus bulbs, but smaller than hyacinth bulbs. Like other flower bulbs, they have a pointy end and a flatter, root end.
How long do daffodil bulbs last?
If left in the ground and in well-drained soil in zones 4-9, daffodil bulbs will come back year after year and multiply. In proper storage conditions, daffodil bulbs can last for up to 12 months before they should be planted.