Narcissus Intrigue - Daffodil Bulbs

£5.99 each

  • RHS Award of Garden Merit
  • Good in pots and containers
  • Varieties suitables for cutting
  • Varieties good as dried flowers
  • Will flower well in full sun
  • Hardy Perennial - sow indoors or on a seedbed (April-June); transplant later to flower for many seasons
  • Attracts Bees

The acid yellow flowers and white-frilled trumpets produced by Narcissus Intrigue bulbs add a splash of colour to the spring garden and as a bonus these flowers also have a delicious scent. Each daffodil bulb produces between 1 and 3 blooms per stem so you get treble the effect with these pretty daffodils.

Daffodils are classified into 10 divisions according to flower type and shape. Narcissus Intrigue is in Division 7, a group known as Jonquils. They are characterised by their usually fragrant flowers that can be single or borne in clusters of up to 8 blooms on a stem.

Plant daffodil bulbs in September-October, Plant the bulbs around 2-3 times their depth, into free draining soil. Avoid planting bulbs in soil that gets waterlogged; on heavy soils add grit to the planting hole to prevent bulbs rotting. For a natural effect scatter the bulbs and plant them where they fall.

Planting daffodil bulbs in grass. If you are planting a lot of daffodils in grass it's easier to gently lift an L-shaped flap of turf and space the bulbs out underneath the flap before carefully replacing it and firming down gently. The daffodils will push through the turf in spring to give a very natural effect.

Planting daffodil bulbs in containers of bulb compost, or gritty free draining compost. Plant bulbs around 2-3 times their depth.

After care Let the daffodil leaves die down naturally and don't be tempted to cut them back early. The foliage needs to absorb energy back to the bulb to ensure next years flowers.

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Catalogue Number 2100-4443
  • Quantity 12x Narcissus Bulbs
  • Height 25cm / 10in
  • Size 12/14cm

Delivery: Mid September to Mid November

£5.99 each
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