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Daffodils Plants

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Based on 4 reviews
Grayson Allen

My wife has made a Daffodil garden and they are everywhere, it is her favorite flower I get her more every year

Patti Harrison
Daffodil Plant

They have beautiful blooms. They look great where I planted them.

Brenda Hoffsteader

The shipping was fast and the packaging was great.

Ryan King

Lovely spring surprise.

The daffodil plant is one of the first flowers to bloom in the spring. The traditional form of the perennial is a flower made of pale yellow petals surrounding a darker trumpet, though there are now variations on that general color scheme.

Some have pure white leaves surrounding lemon-yellow or orange horns. The rule of thumb is to plant the bulbs twice as thick as they are tall and three inches apart. After the sword-shaped leaves die back, some people leave the bulbs in the ground. Others dig them up and keep them in onion bags in a calm and dry place until they're ready to be planted in the fall.

The Daffodils Has Vibrant Rich Colors

Buttercup Plant is their common name- A Vibrantly Rich Pop of Color.

It symbolizes radiant charm in flower language, and it's no surprise why. The vibrant, rich yellow buttercups make the perfect pop of color for any garden. The flowers are nothing complicated, with five petals and a few towards the center, creating a cup-like shape.

The leaves shine and reflect light, adding varying dimensions to gardens. These flowers are perfect for capturing the morning dew. When the sun hits the petals, the dewdrops will sparkle like diamonds! Elegant and vibrant, buttercups will turn any garden into a thing of beauty.

There Are Several Varieties Of Daffodils

Daffodils have several varieties and are only one of many available species. There are hundreds of buttercup varieties in the buttercup family. This one will produce gorgeous yellow blooms, look stunning in a flower garden, and look great in natural areas. Buttercups will typically bloom in April and May of each year. If soil and lighting conditions are right, these blooms could last several weeks. These flowers can be harmful to animals that eat grass.

The Daffodils Do Great In Sunny Places 

This perennial does best when put in sunny and partly sunny areas. Buttercup also does well in moist soil conditions and may require fertilizer to get them started. The scientific name for this flower also means little frog because these flowers grow where the soils are moist and wet.

There are several varieties known as Buttercups. They grow well in gardens and areas where the soil remains moist. They originated in Europe. They have long stems that creep. You can separate these, and more can be grown.

Daffodils Reaches 1-2 Feet Tall And Wide

These disc-shaped flowers have black and yellow petals surrounding them in the center. These perennials can grow to be about 1 to 2 feet tall and equally wide. They grow best in complete to partial sunlight and like moist, well-drained soils. Be sure not to put these where water commonly stands in the rain. It reseeds to grow thicker and thicker.

These native perennials are hardier than others, and they reseed themselves year after year to grow thicker and thicker.

Botanical Latin Name of Daffodils: Narcissus pseudonarcissus

Sun Exposure: Full sun

Mature Height: Six to 12 inches tall

Spread: Six inches

Spacing: Three inches apart

Growth Rate: Moderately fast

Flowering Time: Early Spring

How Long It Flowers: Until late May or early June

Flower Color: Yellow, white, orange

Soil Requirements: Fertile, well-drained soil that's moist in the spring.

Pruning: Should be lifted and divided every few years to keep them vigorous.