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Ice Follies

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šŸšš Shipping Starts: Sold-out for this season
šŸ“¦ Quantity per Package: 5 Bulbs

ā˜€ļø Light Required: Full Sun / Partial Shade
šŸŒ· Height: 14-16"
šŸŒø Blooming Period: Mid Spring/Late Spring
šŸŒ± Bulb Size: 14/16
ā†” Planting Distance: 5-6"
ā†• Planting Depth: 6"
šŸ“ Hardiness Zone: Zone 3-8
šŸ¦Œ Deer Resistant: Yes
šŸ’ Minimum Bulbs for Effect: 7-10
Ice Follies

About Ice Follies

Introducing the stunning Daffodil Ice Follies - the epitome of elegance and beauty! These enchanting flowers will transform your garden into a breathtaking spring paradise. With their delicate white petals and vibrant yellow cups, they are sure to captivate everyone's attention.

  • Exquisite white petals with a sunny yellow center
  • Large and showy blooms that stand tall in the garden
  • Early blooming variety, bringing joy to your garden in early spring
  • Long-lasting flowers that continue to charm throughout the season
  • Hardy and easy to grow, perfect for both beginners and experienced gardeners

How to plant and take care of Ice Follies

  • Choose a sunny or partially shaded spot in your garden with well-drained soil.
  • Plant the bulbs in the fall, around 4-6 inches deep and 4-6 inches apart.
  • Water the bulbs after planting, and keep the soil moist but not waterlogged.
  • Provide a layer of mulch to protect the bulbs during winter.
  • As the flowers bloom, ensure they receive adequate sunlight and water.
  • Deadhead the faded flowers to encourage new blooms.
  • Allow the foliage to wither naturally before trimming it back.
  • Daffodil Ice Follies bulbs can be left undisturbed for years of beautiful blooms.

Frequently Asked Questions

Daffodil Ice Follies bulbs are best planted in the fall, typically between September and November. Planting in the fall allows the bulbs to establish roots before the ground freezes, ensuring a healthy start for the upcoming growing season. The exact timing may vary depending on your location and climate but aim to plant them about six weeks before the ground freezes in your area. This will give the bulbs enough time to settle in and develop roots before winter arrives.

Daffodil Ice Follies typically bloom in early to mid-spring, approximately 2 to 4 weeks after the first signs of spring appear. Once the bulbs have been planted in the fall, they undergo a period of dormancy during winter. As the weather warms up, the bulbs start to emerge from dormancy, sending up shoots that eventually produce beautiful white and yellow flowers. The exact bloom time can vary depending on factors such as climate, temperature, and local growing conditions. However, you can generally expect to enjoy the charming blooms of Daffodil Ice Follies in early to mid-spring.

When it comes to selecting the best fertilizer for Daffodil Ice Follies, it is important to consider their specific nutrient requirements. Daffodils, including the Ice Follies variety, generally thrive when provided with a balanced fertilizer that is rich in phosphorus, nitrogen, and potassium. A good option is a slow-release, granular fertilizer with an NPK ratio of around 10-10-10 or 5-10-10. This balanced blend ensures that the plant receives adequate nutrition for healthy growth, robust foliage, and vibrant blooms. Additionally, incorporating organic matter, such as compost or well-rotted manure, into the soil before planting can further enhance the nutrient content and overall health of the Daffodil Ice Follies. Remember to follow the manufacturer's instructions and apply the fertilizer at the recommended rates for optimal results.

To plant Daffodil Ice Follies bulbs, start by selecting a suitable location with well-draining soil and partial to full sun exposure. Dig a hole that is two to three times deeper than the height of the bulb and place the bulb with the pointed side facing upward. Space the bulbs around 4 to 6 inches apart to allow room for growth. Fill the hole with soil, gently firming it around the bulb. Water the newly planted bulbs thoroughly to settle the soil and initiate root development. In colder regions, adding a layer of mulch over the planted bulbs can help protect them during winter.

Daffodil Ice Follies, like many other daffodil varieties, are considered toxic to pets. All parts of the daffodil plant, including the bulbs, flowers, and leaves, contain toxic compounds called alkaloids. These alkaloids can cause various symptoms if ingested by pets, including dogs and cats. It is crucial to keep pets away from Daffodil Ice Follies and promptly seek veterinary assistance if ingestion is suspected. Creating a safe environment and opting for pet-friendly plants is recommended to ensure the well-being of your furry companions.

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