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Create your very own carpet of yellow flowers with our range of daffodil flower bulbs for a colourful spring display. From our miniature daffodil collection, which are perfect for pots, to large cup daffodils for those striking displays.

Don't forget uk native daffodil bulbs, the longest-lasting and easiest daffodil to grow. Our naturalising bulb range has a variety for every kind of garden. There’s something happy about the sight of brightly coloured daffs dancing in the breeze with their yellow trumpets, and now you can enjoy your own display of blooms for spring.

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    All Daffodils

    Wide Range of Spring Flowering Daffodil Bulbs

 

You’ll find narcissi, or daffodil bulbs for beds, borders, containers, rockeries and naturalised grass. And, if you don’t want to miss out on them when you’re not in the garden, they make beautiful bouquets for inside the home too. Our selection of scented daffodils have strong scents that’ll add a touch of heaven to your garden. Look no further for quality daffodil bulbs for sale.

How to plant daffodil bulbs?

Plant the bulbs with the pointy end up. Planting them too shallow and you may get dividing bulbs or floppy stems. Plant too deep and the daffodils might not emerge form the soil!. If in doubt, go on the deeper side.

How deep to plant my daffodil bulbs?

Plant the daffodil bulbs at a depth equal to three times the height of the bulb. The dwarf varieties should be spaced 10 to 15 cm (4" to 6") apart and the taller varieties 20 to 25 cm (8" to 10") apart. This will prevent the daffodil bulbs from drying out.

What’s the best time to plant daffodils bulbs?

Autumn is the best time to plant daffodil bulbs as it gives them time to produce new roots before winter strikes. Autumn is the best time to plant daffodil bulbs as it gives them time to produce new roots before winter strikes. Note where you’ve planted them, so you don’t dig them up by mistake. Then just wrap up warm and wait for their arrival in spring.. Then just wrap up warm and wait for their arrival in spring.

How to plant daffodils in containers?

A pot of container is a good way to grow daffodils in a small space. Just plant the bulbs in the same way as you would in the ground, but a bit closer together, about one bulb width apart. Planting daffodil bulbs in lawns or and woodland Naturalising bulbs is one of the best ways of creating natural-looking drifts of colour that will simply get better each year. The process is simple, just allow the bulbs to seed and spread wherever they choose. Amongst the best places are beneath deciduous trees, in lawns and wildflower areas.

For more information on planting daffodils for naturalising see our blog

See our knowledgebase for more daffodil How to’s or our blogs on daffodils

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