Up to 6 months of daffodils - 140+70 Free bulbs

2+1 FREE collections £134.85 £89.90
1 collection £44.95
Quantity 1 Plus Minus
Buy Up to 6 months of daffodils - 140+70 Free bulbs daffodil collection: Buy 2 collections and get another collection FREE

    It is possible to have flowering daffodils over a 5 or 6 month period (based on normal flowering times) with this special selection. Much-loved for their cheerful flowers, which are good for cutting, daffodils can be planted in clumps or drifts throughout the border as well as naturalised into grass. Lower growing types are also excellent for pots or windowboxes.

    In each collection there are 70 bulbs for just £44.95. If you buy two collections, we will give you an extra 70 bulbs FREE - that's a total of 210 bulbs for £89.90.

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

      In each collection you will receive the following:

      10 × Narcissus 'Rijnveld's Early Sensation'
      First making an appearance as early as late December, the lemon yellow and rich gold flowers stand up well to inclement weather and add welcome colour to the winter garden. Grows to 55cm.

      10 × Narcissus 'Spring Dawn'
      Pointed creamy white petals surround a large, ruffled, primrose yellow cup, creating graceful blooms that top the relatively short stems in January. Grows to 25cm.

      10 × Narcissus 'Ice Follies'
      Opening in February and March, each large (up to 9.5cm across) flower is made up of a creamy white ruff surrounding a frilly edged, yellow cup, which fades to cream as it ages. Grows to 40cm.

      10 × Narcissus 'Tête-à-tête'
      One of the most popular miniature daffodils, from late February it will produce between one and three, slightly nodding, golden yellow flowers per stem. Perfect for pots. Grows to 22cm.

      10 × Narcissus 'Carlton'
      This classic, large-cupped daffodil is widely grown as a cut flower as the blooms are noted for their longevity. It also puts on a very impressive display in the garden in March and April. Grows to 45cm.

      10 × Narcissus 'Sun Disc'
      Slender foliage and round, flat-faced flowers, which appear in mid-April, give this jonquil a dainty appearance. A fast grower, it will quickly form a good-sized clump. Grows to 55cm.

      10 × Narcissus poeticus var. recurvus
      An elegant, shade-tolerant May-bloomer with creamy white petals that have a slightly windswept look, surrounding a tiny red-rimmed yellow cup. The flowers smell divine. Grows to 55cm.

    • Garden care: Plant 10-15cm (4-6in) deep from late summer to early autumn. After flowering feed with a balanced fertiliser, deadhead and allow the leaves to die back naturally before removing them.

    • Humans/Pets: Harmful if eaten; skin irritant

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This is a fantastic collection. Rijnveld's Early Sensation and Spring Dawn were planted together in pots: started to come up in February and lasted for 4 weeks. Ice Follies and Carlton were tall and bright in raised beds from mid-March through to mid-April. Tête-à-têtes made a joyful display with purple crocuses in a bowl throughout March. Narcissus poeticus var. recurvus have just started to come out in late April and are wonderfully scented. I still have Narcissus 'Sun Disc' to come. Every day of spring has been a new joy. Fantastic value. I will be ordering again without hesitation next year and recommend you do the same!






These were suggested by our Parish Magazine gardening correspondent. They have done exactly what "it said on the tin!" We planted 2x large planters either side of our front door and they have kept us cheerful all winter! THANK YOU!! They will go out in the garden when they have finished flowering, which may not be for some time!




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