Rip Van Winkle daffodil

Rip Van Winkle daffodil

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Rip Van Winkle is classified as a dwarf, double, ADS Intermediate daffodil. A more accurate description would be unique, unique, unique! The blooms are made up of an orb of narrow yellow petals with a Chrysanthemum-like effect. A glorious burst of star shaped loveliness in early spring, this quirky double is a must-have for your landscape. Heirloom daffodil Rip Van Winkle has been brightening landscapes for over 100 years! The American Daffodil Society describes Double daffodils as having a clustered cup, petals or both. There can be one or more flowers per stem.

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Additional Information

Additional Information

Planting Zones Zone: 3, Zone: 4, Zone: 5, Zone: 6, Zone: 7, Zone: 8
Grower H.M. Meeuwissen
ADS Special Class Distinction ADS Historic Daffodil
Bulb Classification N.Div.4: Double
Bulb Size 10/12 cm
Bloom Time Early
Sunlight Full Sun to Part Shade
Apart 6" Apart
Depth 4 - 6" Deep
Height Dwarf - less than 12.8 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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