Narcissus Daffodil

By The Old House Web

There are many types of daffodils and most are suitable
for naturalistic plantings. They are long lived but will
not tolerate water-logged soil. They do like a fertile well
drained soil. The flowers last longer in partial shade.

Daffodils are planted in the fall, 6 inches deep and 6
inches apart. Double nosed bulbs are actually two blooming
sized bulbs joined together. These produce two flowers
instead of one. Daffodils are divided when the leaves
mature. Many leaves and few flowers indicate a need for


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