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There are thousands of Daffodil bulbs (Narcissus) varieties to choose from, including the many large-trumpeted ones that we know more commonly as daffodils.

With variations in size, form and colour available, there are Daffodil bulb types for everywhere in your garden - including beds, borders, containers, rockeries and in grass. Hint - To create the greatest visual impact, we recommend planting one variety or colour en mass. Daffodils also grow extremely well in containers with other companion bulbs.

There are plenty of Daffodil bulbs which you will want to grow such as the long-lasting Jonquilla, Cornish Trumpet and even the miniature clustering Minnow!

Browse our range of Daffodil bulbs and plant something different today – we also stock a fine selection of accessories to get the best from your Daffodil plants - quality guaranteed!

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  1. Daffodil (Cornish) Miniature Bulbs - Collection Save 33% Quick View

    Daffodil (Cornish) Miniature Bulbs - Collection

    Delivery within 7 days 30 Bulbs (10 of each variety)
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    Daffodil Bulbs - Carlton

    Delivery within 7-14 days 25 Bulbs
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    Daffodil Bulbs - Geranium

    Delivery within 7-14 days 25 Bulbs
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    Daffodil Bulbs - Hawera

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Further information: Daffodils.

Where to grow Daffodils?

  • Everywhere – daffodils are beautiful!Seriously
  • Choose a sunny spot or beneath deciduous trees
  • Soil must be well-drained
  • Dependant on the variety daffodils are suitable for beds and containers and look wonderful when naturalised in grass
  • Some daffodils are perfect for growing indoors

How do I grow Daffodils?

  • Plant at a depth 3 times the length of the bulb
  • Plant as early as possible for the best results – September or October
  • Feed daffodils in early spring and once the flowers have faded
  • Watering may be necessary in prolonged dry spells
  • Deadhead after flowering
  • Allow foliage to die down naturally
I WANDER’D lonely as a cloud that floats on high o’er vales and hills, when all at once I saw a crowd, a host, of golden daffodils; Beside the lake, beneath the trees, fluttering and dancing in the breeze. - William Wordsworth