Milkweed, also known as Asclepias, is one of the best native wildflowers for attracting pollinators to the garden and is the sole host plant for the Monarch butterfly to breed. Learn how easy it is to plant Milkweed seeds in the fall for years of effortless blooms that attract a parade of pollinator… 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!
A mix of the best and longest-blooming daffodils. You'll just love all the colors; white and yellow petals with bright orange cups, bi-colors, contrasting deep-rings - this set is pure fireworks. Ideal for mass plantings and excellent for naturalizing. (Narcissus) Learn More →
Love the bright, dependable color that Daffodils bring to the garden year after year but can’t decide which varieties to plant? Our Daffodil All in One Mix is the perfect choice for you! Like all Daffodils, this mixture is deer resistant and extremely easy to grow. Learn More →
The Original Poet's Daffodil: Actaea is a true heirloom that's perfect for naturalizing. Flowers are pure white with a yellow cup edged in red. Sweet fragrance. (Narcissus poeticus recurvus) Learn More →
Double Poet's is a true heirloom daffodil. Introduced in 1601, it is one of the very earliest hybrids, showcasing unusual petals and doubled formations. The gorgeous flowers are a knockout in your early spring garden. Highly fragrant.(Narcissus) Learn More →
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 →
This popular mixture will bring you tall, full-size daffodils in a range of full pink trumpets, pink ring styles and more. Beautiful on their own or paired with traditional yellow daffodils. (Narcissus) 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 →
Daffodil Pink Parasol offers single white petals with a fluted pink, peachy center. These easy to grow trumpet daffodils are deer resistant and offer a light sweet fragrance. Plant extras so you can cut and arrange in a vase. (Narcissus) Learn More →
Mount Hood is the world's favorite snow white Daffodil, famous for pristine large blooms. The petals of this trumpet daffodil emerge a pale yellow and mature to a perfect ivory. (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 →
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 →
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