Daffodils will grow best in areas that have partial and full sunlight.


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Daffodil Plant Name- Botanical Name - Daffodil - Narcissus Hardy Planting Zones- 4-8 Sun or Shade – Sun and Part Shade Mature Height - 6-30" Mature Width- 6-12" Bloom Season – Spring (March to April) Gardener Status- Beginner

Daffodils are a Flowering Perennial

Daffodil is a great flower to add to gardens and natural areas. It will multiply and come back fuller each year. This plant will add a bright and brilliant color when in bloom. Daffodils are also known as Narcissus. They will thrive best in hardy planting zones 4-9. Typically they can be seen growing in meadows and woods in Europe and North Africa. This perennial will grow to be up to 1 foot tall when fully grown. It will grow best in areas that have partial and full sunlight. The best soil would be loamy soil that is either neutral or slightly acidic. Daffodil is a great flower to add to gardens and will let a gardener know when spring has arrived. These flowers will burst in color at the beginning of spring. It will have a bright yellow or white bloom and will look great in gardens and also placed in a vase to bring color inside. The flowers will have six petals and are trumpet-shaped around a central corona. One stem can produce anywhere from one to twenty flowers. These flowers are great to use to line sidewalks and driveways. They would also look great cut and in a flower arrangement.

Daffodils is a Great Addition to Gardens and Natural Areas and to Line Sidewalks and Driveways

Daffodils need a period of cold, and can, therefore, be a challenge to grow in deeper south areas; They should plant in the colder weather of Fall in a sunny, well-drained area in the slightly acidic soil. For a fuller effect, plant in clusters of 12 or more. Flowers will grow to face the sun, so choose a location keeping this in mind. Avoid fertilizers containing a high amount of Nitrogen. Instead, a different bulb fertilizer applied after blooming is the right choice. Daffodils make lovely cut flowers and grow in pots. Water newly planted bulbs thoroughly. After bloom, remove spent flowers and allow leaves to die back naturally, for at least six weeks. When leaves begin to turn yellow, the bulbs may be dug, washed with water and allowed to air dry for a week. Store them in pantyhose or another type of bag that allows good airflow. Hang in a cool area to avoid storage rot.

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