Award-winning perfumed daffodil collection - 60+30 Free bulbs

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Buy Award-winning perfumed daffodil collection - 60+30 Free bulbs daffodil collection: Buy 2 collections for £19.98 and get another collection FREE

Buy the collection of 30 bulbs (10 of each variety) for £9.99, or buy 2 collections for £19.98 and get another collection free

  • Position: full sun or partial shade
  • Soil: well-drained soil
  • Flowering period: spring
  • Hardiness: fully hardy

    Tazetta daffodils are well known for their fragrance. 'Minnow' has a gorgeous flower with a light scent and is an old Heritage favourite of mine. Its suitable for growing in grass lawns too. 'Pacific Coast' is a newer variety that has already made a big impact. The Royal Horticultural Society has also awarded each of these Narcissus the prestigious Award of Garden Merit. 'Sweetness', being slightly taller, is a great one for the vase whrere you can enjoy the perfume indoors as well as out.

    In each collection you will receive 10 bulbs each of:

    Narcissus 'Minnow'
    A tazetta daffodil bulb bred in 1962 with clusters of up to 5 pale yellow flowers on each flower stem, which fade to a delicious cream as they mature, appear on each stem in mid-spring. Quickly spreading to form good size clumps, they are ideal for planting beneath deciduous trees or shrubs where they will put on a wonderful early show. Anna Pavord describes this as a 'Charmer' in her lovely book called 'Bulb'. Grows up to 8in tall.

    Narcissus 'Sailboat'
    Each stem can carry up to three sweetly scented flowers, so when planted en-masse, these jonquils not only look good, but smell great too. They have creamy white, windswept petals and a cup, which fades from butter to cream as it matures. Plant plenty so you have some for cutting too. Grows up to 30cm tall.

    Narcissus 'Sweetness'
    A jonquill daffodil bulb bred pre-1939, which produces a dainty single golden yellow flower on each stout stem. The quaint daffodil flower face follows the sun as it moves from sunrise to sunset. Reliable and hardy, it takes inclement weather in its stride and has really well-scented blooms, so try to place it near a pathway or seating area. Plant more than you think you will need as you will also want some for cutting - they will fill your home with their heady perfume. Grows up to 10in tall.

    Buy my collection of Award winning perfumed daffodil bulbs - 30 bulbs, 10 of each variety above - for only £9.99. Or buy 2 collections for £19.98 and we will send you another collection absolutely free. That's 90 bulbs in total - 20 of each plus another 10 of each variety free - saving £9.99.

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