Mixed Daffodil Bulbs for Naturalising
- Years of spring flowers
- Carefully mixed for reliability and a natural look
- Choice of 5kg or 12.5kg nets of bulbs
Mixed Daffodils for Naturalising
The Naturalising Daffodils & Narcissus Mix brings together all the features of our best larger naturalising bulbs to give a truly impressive show for spring.
Within the mix, different bulbs will flower in sequence giving the maximum extension of the daffodil season for all to enjoy. There is also a lively variety of colours and forms to give added interest, bringing a spring glow to any dark corner.
Well-matched in height, they will come up to around the 40cm level, ideal for long grass. All the members of this mix are easy to care for and will grow readily, spreading themselves naturally over the coming years.
Highly adaptable to different soils and pH, they just need some sunshine and reasonably well drained soil to give you a legacy of blazing colour every year. They are also well suited to cutting and to container growing.
- King Alfred
the classic cheerful yellow herald of early spring - the progenitor of almost all yellow trumpet daffodils
a large flowered golden delight, in more ways than one
Bright golden with orange trumpets, these caused a sensation when they launched and remain hugely popular 100 years on
- Ice Follies
Opening yellow and fading to ivory, these sturdy blooms were developed on the stormy coast of Holland
- Red Devon
Named after a great Devonshire red cattle breed, Red Devon is yellow with orange trumpets, sturdy stems make it very popular for showing
- Golden Ducat
A Division 4 daffodil, meaning it has layered double blooms; characterful and elegant
- Sempre Avanti
Italian for 'Always forward': this enchanter has ice-white petals and a strong orange cup