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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 pati...
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 ...
Perfect for a shrub border or mass plantings, this victorian variety Thalia is elegant, wild style flowers on stems producing multiple blooms. Sweetly fragrant. (Narcissus triandrus)...
This dwarf daffodil has deep yellow petals and a corona that ranges from orange to red, creating floral fireworks when it blooms. (Narcissus cyclamineus)...
Tete a Tete is the most popular miniature daffodil worldwide. Its fragrant, solid yellow blooms bring cheer to the garden in the early spring. (Narcissus)...
Planting miniature daffodils in the fall bring cute petite yellow, white and orange daffodils in early spring. These beauties are easy to grow, deer resistant and multiply year after year. Miniature daffodils are perfect for rock gardens, planting under shrubs, mixing with other bulbs such as Crocus, Scilla and Grape Hyacinths. Dwarf daffodils are great for container gardening and forcing inside during winter month.