Daffodil Meadow Collection

Daffodil Meadow Collection

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Do you want that naturalized daffodil meadow look but don’t know how to achieve it? Our Daffodil Meadow collection takes away all the guess work. We've combined 20 varieties of premium quality daffodils from our premier Dutch growers. We've mixed colors, bloom times and heights to create a natural daffodil meadow. All you do is toss the bulbs randomly and then plant them in place. We’ve selected a mixture of daffodil bulbs with a variety of colors and bloom times for a natural look. 100 bulbs covers approximately 20 square feet.

Additional Information

Additional Information

Suggested Uses Borders, Cut Flowers, Deer Resistant, Good Naturalizer
Planting Zones Zone: 3, Zone: 4, Zone: 5, Zone: 6, Zone: 7, Zone: 8
Bulb Size 14/16 cm
Sunlight Full Sun to Part Shade
Apart 4 - 6" Apart
Depth 6" Deep
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Care Information
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Caring For Your Bulbs

All Fall Planting Bulbs are shipped with a care instruction card that can be previewed or printed at our Information Center along with more detailed information on daffodil bulb planting and care.

PLANTING TIP: Choose your site carefully; your bulbs will bloom before your lawn needs mowing, but the foliage will remain for several more months as it re-energizes the bulb for the next year’s blooms. You’ll want an area you can leave alone during this time. Combining bulbs with later-emerging hostas or ferns or amidst other perennials is a great way to camouflage the remaining foliage.

The Living Gardens Information Center is your starting point for answers to planting questions, background on our growers, planting ideas, our company blog, and so much more.