Dwarf Rock Garden Daffodil Collection

Narcissus

#82168
Availability: Out of Stock
$64.75
70 bulbs per package
5.00 stars, based on 1 review(s)
Ship Season: Fall

Add a touch of "adorable" to your spring garden this year! These miniature daffodils work great in borders, among perennials, and along a woodland edge.

This collection contains the following:

1 (5 bulb) pack of #82144 Rip Van Winkle Specie Daffodil

1 (5 bulb) pack of #82139 Minnow Rock Garden Daffodil

1 (5 bulb) pack of #82146 Rapture Miniature Daffodil

1 (5 bulb) pack of #82143 Bell Song Daffodil

1 (50 bulb) pack of #82103 Jetfire Daffodil Jumbo Pack










  • Daffodils perform best in full sun to light shade.
  • Plant daffodils when temperatures have cooled in your area September through December. Once your daytime temperatures are in the 60’s or lower consistently, this is a good time to plant your daffodils.
  • Proper drainage is critical to the daffodils success. Amend your soil with top soil and organic matter such as compost, manure or peat most prior to planting. You soil should be light and easy to work with. The addition of Kelp Meal to your planting area will help the daffodil bulbs establish strong roots.
  • Large 14/16 cm daffodils should be planted 6-8” deep with the pointed side facing the sky. Miniature daffodils are often smaller bulbs and should be planted 3-4” deep, also with the pointed side up.
  • Space daffodils 4-6” apart when planting individual bulbs. For mass planting and brilliant bursts of color in the garden, plant the bulbs 2-4” apart in bouquet planting groups, trenches and garden beds.
  • Immediately after planting, water the daffodil planting area. This helps to eliminate air pockets. After the initial planting bulbs do not require additional watering in fall or winter and prefer to be kept dry.
  • Apply a 2” layer of mulch in late fall.
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Drawf Rock Garden Daffodil Collection

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Sent for this collection and it came just before our first snowfall here (foothills of Colorado) in early October. I won't know until April or May of next year how they made it through the winter months but hoping to see color in the areas I planted them.