Daffodil Bulbs for Sale In Bulk from K. van Bourgondien
Daffodils, also called narcissus, are some of the easiest of the spring-blooming bulbs to grow—and mass planting daffodils creates a cheerful, colorful look in the springtime. When you plant bulk quantities of these mid-spring bloomers, you'll also have plenty for cutting and bringing indoors for cut-flower displays. K. van Bourgondien has supplied gardeners with quality flower bulbs for more than 175 years—and offers one of the best daffodil bulbs bulk selections available, including double flowering and uniquely colored varieties.
Choosing the Right Bulk Daffodil Bulbs
When shopping for daffodil bulbs in bulk, keep a few things in mind. First, consider your grow zone. Most daffodils grow in zones
4-9. Next, consider the bloom colors. Daffodils are available in yellow as well as combinations of yellow, white, orange and salmon hues. Finally, consider the bloom time—early, mid or late season. Our daffodils for sale in bulk also include all spring daffodil mixtures so you and your clients can enjoy daffodil flowers for weeks and weeks. No matter which variety you pick, you'll get the highest quality bulbs, and you'll cash in on savings.
Daffodil Bulbs Bulk: Getting the Most out of Your Purchase
Wholesale daffodil bulbs are easy to plant and grow if you follow a few guidelines.
When to Plant Daffodil Bulbs In Bulk
Your bulk daffodil bulbs should be planted in the fall, before the ground freezes. Depending on where you live, that's usually sometime between September and mid-November.
Where to Plant Daffodil Bulbs In Bulk
Daffodils should be planted in well-drained soil and where they receive full to partial sun--or at least 4 hours of direct sunlight daily. Keep in mind that daffodils often bloom before many deciduous trees leaf out, making wholesale daffodil bulbs perfect for planting near trees.
How to Plant Daffodil Bulbs In Bulk
When planting daffodil bulbs in bulk, it's easiest to prepare a bed or dig a trench for planting. Some gardeners dig individual holes with an auger, but that can be very time-consuming when planting bulk daffodils. For large daffodil bulbs, like wholesale daffodil bulbs, the planting depth should be about 8 inches deep and the bulbs should be 6 inches apart. If planting in a trench, the bulbs can be planted a little closer together. Set the bulbs pointy end up. At planting time, feed the daffodil bulbs with Van Bourgondien 100% Natural Bulb Food
How to Grow Bulk Daffodil Bulbs
Daffodils are low-maintenance, deer-resistant perennials and don't require a lot of care. Daffodils naturalize well, meaning they come back year after year and multiply. If your bulk daffodils are planted in a lawn or on a slope that may be mowed, wait until the foliage has faded before mowing. The foliage makes food for next year's flowers. If dividing daffodil bulbs, wait until after they have bloomed and the foliage has faded.
For more information on caring for daffodils, read our how to grow daffodils