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Chapelet daffodil

Chapelet daffodil
$7.71

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Chapelet appears as a multilayered, mostly white specimen with a frilled split cup which fades at the ends to a creamy pinkish peach color. According to the American Daffodil Society, there are two types of Split-Cupped Daffodils: 'Collar' and 'Papillon.' The corona segments of Collar Daffodils are positioned 'opposite' the petal segments, usually in two whorls of three. Collar daffodils typically have a very frilly looking cup.
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Planting Zones Zone: 3, Zone: 4, Zone: 5, Zone: 6, Zone: 7, Zone: 8
Grower P. Pennings Bulb Co.
Bulb Classification N.Div.11a: Split Collar
Bulb Size 14/16 cm
Bloom Time Mid to Late
Sunlight Full Sun to Part Shade
Apart 6" Apart
Depth 4 - 6" Deep
Height Standard - 12.8 to 26.6 in
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