Skip to content


Explore the Daffodils collection - Spring Flowering bulbs

Transform your garden into a vibrant oasis with a touch of Daffodils. Bursting with exquisite colors and delicate fragrances, these bulbs are the perfect example of springtime beauty. From Double Daffodil blooms to Poet Daffodils, our selection includes a range of stunning options. 

Enjoy the timeless elegance of Tete a Tete and the pure white blossom with yellow crowns of Mount Hood. They are hand selected by our expert to provide you with a great assortment of Daffodils.

Frequently Asked Questions

To achieve the best results when planting Daffodil bulbs, it is essential to consider the optimal time for planting. The ideal period to plant Daffodil bulbs is in the fall, specifically between September and November, before the ground freezes. Planting at this time allows the bulbs to establish their roots before winter dormancy, ensuring robust growth and vibrant blooms in spring. By adhering to this schedule, gardeners can capitalize on the natural dormancy period of Daffodil bulbs and provide them with sufficient time to settle in the soil. This timing maximizes the chances of successful growth and abundant flowering, resulting in a visually stunning spring display.

To plant daffodil bulbs, follow these simple steps for successful growth and vibrant blooms.

• Choose a suitable location: select a well-drained area with full or partial sunlight to ensure proper growth.
• Prepare the soil: loosen the soil using a garden fork or tiller to a depth of 8-10 inches. Remove any weeds or debris.
• Dig holes: dig individual holes or trenches, each about 6-8 inches deep and spaced 4-6 inches apart. Ensure proper spacing for optimal growth.
• Plant the bulbs: place each bulb with the pointed end facing upwards into the hole. Position them at a depth of approximately 2-3 times their own height.
• Cover and water: gently cover the bulbs with soil, firming it down to eliminate air pockets. Water the area thoroughly to promote root development.
• Mulch and protect: apply a layer of organic mulch like straw or wood chips to help retain moisture and regulate soil temperature. This also prevents weed growth.
• Monitor and maintain: regularly water the bulbs, especially during dry spells. Remove weeds promptly and provide support for taller varieties if needed.
• Post-planting care: after flowering, allow the foliage to die back naturally before removing it. This allows the bulb to gather energy for future growth.

Finding the ideal spot to plant your Daffodils is a key element in the planting process. Firstly, choose a spot with well-drained soil, as Daffodils prefer moist but not waterlogged conditions. Additionally, select an area that receives ample sunlight, preferably 6 to 8 hours a day, to promote healthy growth and vibrant blooms. It is advisable to avoid heavily shaded areas or spots with excessive competition from larger plants. Daffodils thrive in USDA hardiness zones 3 to 8, so ensure the chosen location aligns with these climate requirements. If you plant them in a spot with shade, they won’t produce that many flowers and especially just foliage.

Daffodils typically take around two to six weeks to grow from a single bulb, depending on various factors such as soil conditions, temperature, and bulb size. After planting the bulb in well-drained soil during the fall, it remains dormant until spring. As the soil warms up, the bulb initiates growth, and within a few weeks, green shoots emerge from the ground. These shoots continue to elongate, forming a stem, and eventually produce a beautiful cluster of flowers. Regular watering and adequate sunlight are crucial for optimal growth. By providing proper care and favorable conditions, you can expect vibrant daffodils to bloom within a few weeks of bulb planting.

If you have been growing Daffodils before, you know that these guys can spread. You plant them somewhere and the next year they suddenly pop up somewhere else in the yard. Each year, the original bulb produces smaller bulbs called offsets or bulblets. These bulblets develop into separate plants, eventually forming clumps or clusters of daffodils. This natural multiplication process allows daffodils to spread and create impressive displays of vibrant flowers in gardens, meadows, and other landscapes. To encourage daffodil multiplication, it's important to provide well-drained soil, adequate sunlight, and proper bulb care, including regular division and replanting. By following these practices, you can enjoy a flourishing and expanding daffodil population in your garden.

Premium Dutch Quality

Safe Shipping

Value for Money

#1 Customer Service