Aspasia daffodil

Aspasia daffodil

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Aspasia is a fragrant heirloom with white petals surrounding a yellow cup that might have been part of your grandmother's garden. Tazettas are bunch-flowering daffodils, meaning they produce several blossoms per stem, at a minimum three or four. They do particularly well in the warmer zones, such as in the Deep South, where many other types of daffodils will not flourish. They almost always have a sweet, musky fragrance.

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Additional Information

Suggested Uses Borders, Cut Flowers, Deer Resistant, Fragrant, Good Naturalizer, Heirloom
Planting Zones Zone: 5, Zone: 6, Zone: 7, Zone: 8, Zone: 9
Grower P. Pennings Bulb Co.
ADS Special Class Distinction ADS Historic Daffodil
Bulb Classification N.Div.8: Tazetta
Bulb Size 12/14 cm
Bloom Time Mid to Late
Sunlight Full Sun to Part Shade
Fragrant? Yes
Apart 6" Apart
Depth 6 - 8" Deep
Height Standard - 12.8 to 26.6 in
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We are currently shipping fall planting bulbs to all US states, however there are some states which are not quite ready to plant fall bulbs due to their planting zone.

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Care Information
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