Narcissus Trumpet barrenwyn Bulbs
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- These bulbs are grown from cultivated stock. Our bulbs are guaranteed to flower in their first season
- Planting Season: August-December. March-May
- Genus - Narcissus
Features and Benefits
Daffodils announce the beginning of spring with a stunning splash of colour in bleak, wintery gardens. These daffodils are grown and packed in Cornwall and are best planted in borders, especially when combine with tulips and hyacinths to bring glorious colour to your spring garden.
- The daffodils in this mix are grown and packed in Cornwall
- Where to plant - Partial shade
- Water well during dry spells and top dress with a general purpose plant food as the last flowers fades. Allow foliage to die down naturally. Flowering results should improve each year
|Soil type||Clay, loam, or sand|
|Soil pH||pH 5-7|
|Rate of growth||Average|
|Eventual height & spread||45x15 cm|
|Watering needs||Every month|
|Storage details||Keep in a cool and dry place|
Help & Advice
How to guides
When autumn’s chill replaces summer’s sun, it can be all too easy to head indoors and forget about your garden. But just a little effort at this time of year can reward you with gorgeous year-after-year colour as early as January thanks to spring flowering bulbs.
Bulbs assume centre stage come spring and can be used to great effect in a number of different locations – from borders and beds to hanging baskets, grassed areas and containers. They’re easy to plant and require very little maintenance – ideal for beginner gardeners or those looking for quick and easy results.
Autumn is the best time to plant them to give your bulbs the best start. Between September and November, the ground is still warm from summer and the extreme frosts of winter have yet to strike. And with careful choice, you’ll be able to enjoy these flowers from January until late spring.
Often snowdrops are the first to appear, followed by crocus. The first daffodils will start to emerge from February and tulips follow from March. Careful planning with different varieties will ensure you have a garden full of blooms right the way through, finishing with the ever-popular alliums in May.
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Average packet contains 40 seeds Planting Season: March-April - Flower between June-September Ideal for beds, borders, containers, greenhouses, glass houses, homes & hanging baskets - Prefers Full Sun