Early indoor & outdoor daffodil collection - 60+30 Free bulbs

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Buy Early indoor & outdoor daffodil collection - 60+30 Free bulbs daffodil collection: Buy 2 collections for £29.98 and get another collection FREE

Buy the collection of 30 bulbs (10 of each variety) for £14.99, or buy 2 collections for £29.98 and get another collection free

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

    These early daffodils are brilliant for extending the season and providing a much needed splash of colour in late winter before most other varieties of daffodils flower. Each of these varieties are also suitable for forcing and producing flowers even earlier. They would make a superb homegrown Christmas present grown in a bowl simply wrapped with a bow.

    In each collection you will receive 10 bulbs each of:

    Narcissus 'Avalanche'
    This daffodil can produce up to 15 flowers per stem. Vigorous, very fragrant and award winning, it is definitely worth including in your spring garden. The mid-season flowers consist of white petals that frame a small yellow acorn cup. It is an old fashioned variety full of charm and it is said that deer leave it alone. Flowers March and April outdoors or as early as December if forced. Winner of the RHS Award of Garden Merit. Grows up to 16in tall.

    Narcissus 'Grand Soleil d'Or'
    You can either grow this beautiful multi-headed, fragrant daffodil outside in a sheltered spot, or force them indoors for extra early flowers. Each stem produces a generous number of richly scented bi-coloured blooms, which are excellent for cutting. Flowers March and April outdoors or as early as December of forced. Grows up to 16in tall.

    Narcissus 'Spring Dawn'
    An exceotionally early flowering variety, that will produce its elegant, bi-coloured blooms as early as January. The pretty flowers each have a large, soft lemon cup, surrounded by a creamy white perianth (collar). These top stout and shortish stems, so will take poor weather in their stride, making them ideal for pots and windowboxes. Grows up to 10in tall.

  • To force your daffodils: Plant them close together in bowls filled with bulb fibre. Make sure the growing tips are protruding just above the top of the compost. Then put them in a cold, dark place, which will encourage the flowering stems and roots to develop before the leaves. Keep the bulb fibre just moist and leave them in the dark for about 8 weeks until the new shoots are about4-5cm tall and most importantly, the flower buds are through the neck of the bulb. Then bring them into a light room but away from bright sunlight. The leaves will gradually turn green and you can slowly increase the light levels as they do. The flowers will soon follow.

    Buy the collection of early indoor and outdoor daffodil bulbs - 30 bulbs, 10 of each variety above - for only £14.99. Or buy 2 collections for £29.98 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 £14.99.

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