Daffodil Plant

Daffodil, Narcissus

Botanical Latin Name: Narcissus pseudonarcissus
Common Name: Daffodil
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 the plants vigorous.
Flower Form: The daffodil is one of the first flowers to bloom in the spring. The traditional form of the daffodil is a flower made of pale yellow petals surrounding a somewhat darker trumpet, though there are now variations on that general color scheme. Some daffodils now have pure white petals surrounding lemon yellow or even orange trumpets. The rule of thumb is to plant the bulbs twice as thick as they are tall and plant them three inches apart. After the sword-shaped leaves start to die back, some people leave the bulbs in the ground. Others dig them up and keep them in onion bags in a cool and dry place till they're ready to be planted in the fall. Daffodils are deer-resistant.

 

 

Daffodils are a common perennial in flower gardens. These flowers are disc-shaped, and the center is black and yellow petals surround it. These perennials can grow to be about 1 to 2 feet tall and equally as wide. Daffodils grow best when they have full to partial sunlight, and they like moist well-drained soils. Just be sure not to plant these where water commonly stands from the rain. These perennials are native so they are hardier than other perennials and they will re-seed themselves year after year so they will grow in thicker and thicker each year.

 

 

 

 

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Daffodil, Narcissus

Botanical Latin Name: Narcissus pseudonarcissus
Common Name: Daffodil
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 the plants vigorous.
Flower Form: The daffodil is one of the first flowers to bloom in the spring. The traditional form of the daffodil is a flower made of pale yellow petals surrounding a somewhat darker trumpet, though there are now variations on that general color scheme. Some daffodils now have pure white petals surrounding lemon yellow or even orange trumpets. The rule of thumb is to plant the bulbs twice as thick as they are tall and plant them three inches apart. After the sword-shaped leaves start to die back, some people leave the bulbs in the ground. Others dig them up and keep them in onion bags in a cool and dry place till they're ready to be planted in the fall. Daffodils are deer-resistant.

 

 

Daffodils are a common perennial in flower gardens. These flowers are disc-shaped, and the center is black and yellow petals surround it. These perennials can grow to be about 1 to 2 feet tall and equally as wide. Daffodils grow best when they have full to partial sunlight, and they like moist well-drained soils. Just be sure not to plant these where water commonly stands from the rain. These perennials are native so they are hardier than other perennials and they will re-seed themselves year after year so they will grow in thicker and thicker each year.

 

 

 

 

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