Petite daffodil with a long yellow trumpet and reflexed petals. The most popular miniature daffodil. Grow this charmer in rock gardens, along pathways, or in containers to leave outside or carry indoors when the flowers bloom.
USDA Zone: 3 - 9
Daffodils are deer and gopher resistant, and drought tolerant.
Bloom Time: February - March
Bulb Size: 10 - 12 cm.
Culture: Plant in full or part-sun, in a well-drained hole or trench whose depth is 3 times the length of the bulb. Place the bulbs pointy end up.
Available to ship: Early September
Daffodils are such an easy, great way to get tons of spring cheer! These have the cutest mini-flowers! I planted mine so they pop up between rocks. If you're like me and have deer and gopher problems, Daffodils are the answer to your problems - neither critter will eat them!Review by Katie (on 12/19/12)