When Lisa and her family purchased land to build their home in Huntington, Vermont, they knew they wanted to preserve the established wildflower meadow that spanned a large portion of their sunny property. Lisa also set out to make the property her own, establishing a low-maintenance, pollinator-fri… Read More →
The Gardener's Golden Investment: nothing adds more to your spring garden than Daffodils. Perennial, Deer Resistant, Easy to Grow, and magnificently beautiful — what more can you ask for? Daffodil flower bulbs all bloom beautifully the first spring, and then give you more flowers each year. And whether you plant them in formal flowering bulb beds or naturalize them in woodland or wildflower gardens, once they're planted, you do nothing. And they lead the floral parade every spring. Call them daffodils, narcissus or jonquils, but plant them! And enjoy!
Elegant, cream-colored Daffodil blooms are offset by deep-orange centers, creating a truly unique look in the spring garden. The double blooms are gorgeous both in the yard and cut for spring bouquets! Learn More →
Double, golden Daffodil blooms illuminate in the mid spring, creating a true focal point in any garden. Wonderfully fragrant flowers are perfect for table arrangements. Performs beautifully in southern zones. Learn More →
Elegant double flowers of the Daffodil Tahiti in the perfect mix of gold and orange open to an almost rose-like bloom. Reddish-orange interior markings give this classic yellow daffodil its tropical twist. Simply beautiful! (Narcissus) Learn More →
Yellow Cheerfulness has been an heirloom Daffodil favorite since 1937. It has showy double -primrose yellow flowers with a wonderful fragrance. Each stem produces 2-4 flowers that last up to 4 weeks. (Narcissus) Learn More →
Pipit is a vigorous daffodil within the Jonquilla family, known for multiple blossoms on each stem and dark green, tube-shaped leaves. Its white cup and yellow and white petals are vibrant and add an accent to any garden. Pipit has a smaller head size but is not a mini daffodil. Its fragrance is delightful and makes a great cut flower for arrangements. Plan to pick blooms in mid spring. (Narcissus jonquilla) Learn More →
Daffodil Peach Cobbler offers double petals in hues of light yellow paired with orange centers. Peach Cobbler will brighten up mid-spring gardens with its ruffled flowers, setting it apart from other daffodils. (Narcissus) Learn More →
Known for its traditional shape, the Avalon daffodil has a large flower on one stem with a large center cup. Its light yellow and cream color is bright and cheery. Once established and undisturbed, the Avalon will multiply to create more blooms season after season. Grow in container, fields or gardens. The large cupped daffodils are an excellent cut flower, blooming in mid spring. (Narcissus) Learn More →
Miniature Daffodil Tete Boucle has light and dark golden yellow double flowers that bloom in early spring. Growing up to 8” tall, this smaller variety is happy in pots on the patio, in a sunny garden border, or even as a charming addition to your window boxes. Makes an excellent cut flower. (Narcissus) Learn More →
Double Daffodil Wave has ruffles of yellow and white petals surrounded by white outer petals. This frilly color combination makes it a stand out. Plant in a sunny garden, or patio pots and enjoy as a cut flower for bouquets. (Narcissus) Learn More →
Butterfly Daffodil Sunny Side Up has flowers with pale yellow and cream petals. The shape of the flowers are reminiscent of a beautiful butterfly adding charm to your sunny garden. Stunning when planted in large numbers, and makes excellent cut flowers. (Narcissus) Learn More →
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