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Narcissus 'Hawera' - Daffodil Bulbs Growing Chart
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Narcissus 'Hawera' - Daffodil Bulbs
Perfect for planting anywhere in the garden! For super-reliable, perfect, dainty flowers, you can’t do better than RHS Award Winning 'Hawera'.. With a short, delicate cup-shaped trumpet, slender petals, fine foliage and delightful lemon yellow colour, it's less brassy than many other daffodils, making it ideal for creating a natural look.
Narcissus 'Hawera' will be happy growing anywhere in the garden, be it patio pots, flower beds or in the lawn. They also look great planted in rockeries, woodland planting and near to water.
One of the best things about this fantastic variety is that they naturalise quite rapidly. Over the years you'll notice each clump spreading and producing more and more flowers each spring, creating a pretty, natural effect.
Plant in groups in autumn roughly twice their depth into free draining soil in the garden or in pots and containers and these gorgeous flowers will pop up next spring. Give daffodils a sunny or semi shaded position .
Deadhead to keep the plants looking at their best and to prevent them wasting energy on seed production. When flowering is over let the foliage die down naturally before removing it; this redirects goodness back into the bulb.
Height: 20 - 30cm
Bulb size: 8/10cmSee Full Description +
- Quantity 50 Bulbs
- Height 20cm / 8in
- Size 10-12cm
Delivery: Late September to Late November