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Daffodils growing in masses are a delightful sight and, with colours ranging from white, yellow and pink, there's a daffodil for every garden. Plant them in pots or grow them in bold drifts naturalised in grass for maximum effect. Watch our video on how to grow bulbs for the best results.
Hoop-Petticoat DaffodilA fascinating dwarf Narcissus with rounded, flaring cups that give it the common name of Hoop-Petticoat daffodil. This neat little daffodil is distinctly different from its larger cousins, producing single blooms on individual stems that appear above clumps of grass like foliage. Narcissus bulbocodium is perfect for growing in rockeries and alpine gardens or naturalised in lawns for a vibrant spring display. Height: 20cm (8"). Spread: 10cm (4"). Bulb size 6/7. More info
Narcissus bulbocodium 'Golden Bells'
Hoop-Petticoat DaffodilIt'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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