( / )
Daffodils wake up early each Spring, and there are many varieties that go beyond the friendly yellow bloom we know so well.
Minnow Daffodils are the sweetest little things you will ever seen because: they're miniature! They open with pale yellow petals with a yellow cup, and as they age the petals fade to a milky-white color. The bitty blooms come 3-5 per stem, and have a wonderful fragrance. They are low-growing, so a good choice for the front of your garden.
Daffodils grow from bulbs, which will spread or 'naturalize' if they are happy.
When to plant: Plant in the Fall for Spring blooms.
Planting conditions: Daffodils grow best in full sun but will tolerate partial shade. Not picky about soil.
Care: Water after planting then wait for Spring display, water regularly as it starts to grow in the Spring. You can pick the bloom, but let the foliage stay on the plant until it dies, as this strengthens the bulb for the following Spring. Once the foliage dies you can trim it off.
Bloom Time: Mid Spring.
Hardiness: Perennial in zones 3-8
Includes 25 bulbs