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Narcissus bulbocodium 'Golden Bells'

Hoop-Petticoat Daffodil

Hardy Bulb

It's easy to see why this narcissus is commonly called the Hoop Petticoat Daffodil! The enlarged, golden trumpets of this vigorous variety create a distinctive display with excellent weather resistance. For a dramatic spring spectacle, grow them in bold drifts naturalised in grass, where their delicate blooms will be a harbinger of spring for years to come. Narcissus flowers are also excellent for cutting for a lovely springtime arrangement indoors. Height: 20cm (8”). Spread: 10cm (4”). Bulb size: 7/8.

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Ideal For:
greenhouse, conservatory, cottage gardens, alpine & rockery, low maintenance garden, cut flower garden
Flowering Period:
March, April
Position:
sun or semi shade
    • 10 bulbs

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    • Despatch: By end of September 2014
    • £8.99
    • 20 bulbs

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    • Despatch: By end of September 2014
    • £11.99
    • 40 bulbs

    • SAVE £18.97  
    • Despatch: By end of September 2014
    • £35.96 £16.99
Daffodil and narcissus bulbs are easy to establish in any moist, well drained soil. Plant the bulbs in full sun or semi-shade at a depth of approximately 10cm (4") and at a distance of 10cm (4") apart. Narcissus and Daffodils look particularly eye-catching when grown as drifts in borders or informal areas of grass. For a really natural effect, cast the bulbs across the area and plant them where they land.For an attractive indoor display, plant daffodils and narcissus in containers of bulb fibre and position them cool garage or other well ventilated, dark position at a maximum temperature of 10°C (50°F). Water sparingly when necessary to keep the compost moist. When the growing shoots reach a height of 10cm (4") move the containers to a cool bright position indoors (approximately 16°C or 60°F).
After flowering, allow the foliage to die back naturally before removing it in June or July. This will help to feed the bulb for the following year. When growing daffodils and narcissus that are naturalised in grass, avoid mowing the area until their foliage has died back. Caution: Narcissus bulbs are harmful if eaten. The sap may irritate the skin and eyes.

Seeds and garden supplies will normally be delivered within the time period stated against each product as detailed above. Plants, bulbs, corms, tubers, shrubs, trees, potatoes etc are delivered at the appropriate time for planting and will be stated on the product page or in your order acknowledgement page and email.


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