Award-winning scented miniature daffodil collection - 60+30 Free bulbs

RHS AGM daffodil collection

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Buy Award-winning scented miniature daffodil collection - 60+30 Free bulbs RHS AGM daffodil collection: Buy 2 collections and get another collection FREE

Buy this collection of 30 award-winning scented miniature daffodils (10 of each variety) for only £14.99, or buy 2 collections for £29.98 and get a further collection free - that's 90 bulbs for only £29.98.

    When selecting plants for the garden, it is important to choose some that smell divine and these miniature daffodils won't disappoint. They can all be planted in pots, containers or window boxes where the fragrance can waft through your windows, but they are also ideal for naturalising in bold drifts in the lawn where they will put on a charming spring display. All of these 3 daffodils have been awarded the AGM by the Royal Horticultural Society.

    In each collection you will receive the following:

    10 × Narcissus 'Hawera'
    A heritage variety that was bred pre-1950s. It has clusters of up to 5 very dainty, canary yellow flowers with slightly windswept petals in April and May. Grows to 25cm tall.

    10 × Narcissus 'Sun Disc'
    The name of this daffodil is derived from the shape of the flower. The central cup flares so much it is virtually flattened against the unusually rounded outer petals, thus giving the impression of a flattened disc. Each stem usually produces between 1-3 scented flowers and the leaves are so fine they almost look like blades of grass. Grows to 20cm tall.

    10 × Narcissus 'Topolino'
    Bi-coloured flowers (very pale yellow outer petals with a yellow central cup) appear earlier than most - usually from late February to March. An heirloom variety developed before 1923, its name translates to 'Little Mouse'. Grows to 25cm tall.

  • Garden care: Plant 10-15cm deep from late summer to early autumn. After flowering feed with a balanced fertiliser, deadhead and allow the leaves to die back naturally.

  • Harmful if eaten/skin irritant

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