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    Thalia

    $9.95
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    Product Information
    🚚 Shipping Starts: Last week of September '24
    📦 Quantity per Package: 5 Bulbs

    Specifications
    ☀️ Light Required: Full Sun / Partial Shade
    🌷 Height: 14-16"
    🌸 Blooming Period: Mid Spring
    🌱 Bulb Size: 14/16
    Planting Distance: 4-5"
    Planting Depth: 6"
    📍 Hardiness Zone: Zone 3-8
    🦌 Deer Resistant: Yes
    💐 Minimum Bulbs for Effect: 10-15
    Thalia

    About Thalia

    Introducing the enchanting Daffodil Thalia, a must-have addition to any garden or floral arrangement. With its elegant white petals and delicate form, this daffodil variety is sure to captivate your senses.

    • Elegant white petals with a delicate form
    • Vigorous growth and abundant blooms
    • Long-lasting flowers perfect for cut arrangements
    • Low maintenance and easy to grow

    How to plant and take care of Thalia

    • Choose a sunny or partially shaded location for planting
    • Dig a hole that is approximate twice the depth of the bulb
    • Place the bulb in the hole with the pointed end facing upward
    • Cover the bulb with soil and gently firm it down
    • Water thoroughly after planting and keep the soil consistently moist
    • Once established, water sparingly as daffodils prefer drier conditions
    • Remove spent flowers to promote new growth
    • After the foliage turns yellow, it can be cut back to ground level

    Frequently Asked Questions

    When planting Daffodil Thalia bulbs, it's recommended to group them in clusters for a more visually appealing display. Aim to plant at least 5-7 bulbs together to create a vibrant and full effect. This clustering technique enhances the overall impact of their elegant white flowers and creates a charming focal point in your garden.

    Daffodil Thalia bulbs have the natural ability to multiply over time. They are perennial bulbs that can reproduce and form clumps, gradually increasing their numbers. As the bulbs mature, they will produce offsets or daughter bulbs, which can be separated and replanted to expand your Daffodil Thalia collection. To encourage multiplication, it's essential to provide suitable growing conditions such as well-drained soil, ample sunlight, and proper care. With patience and nurturing, you can enjoy a flourishing display of Daffodil Thalia blooms as they multiply and enhance the beauty of your garden.

    Daffodil Thalia bulbs do not require soaking before planting. Unlike some bulbs that benefit from pre-soaking to promote hydration and facilitate rooting, Daffodil Thalia bulbs can be planted directly into the soil without prior soaking. However, it's crucial to choose well-drained soil and ensure proper watering after planting to provide adequate moisture for healthy growth. Avoid overwatering, as excessive moisture can lead to bulb rot.

    You can definitely plant Daffodil Thalia in pots and containers, making them a versatile choice for both garden beds and container gardens. When planting in pots, choose a container with sufficient drainage holes to prevent waterlogging. Use a well-draining potting mix to ensure proper moisture retention without causing waterlogged conditions. Plant the bulbs at a depth of 2-3 times their size, leaving enough space between bulbs for growth. Place the pots in a sunny location to provide the required sunlight for optimal flowering. Remember to water the pots regularly, keeping the soil evenly moist but not overly saturated.

    Caring for Daffodil Thalia is relatively easy, and following a few essential steps can help ensure their health and longevity.

    • Provide them with well-drained soil, preferably enriched with organic matter.
    • Plant the bulbs in a location that receives ample sunlight, as Daffodil Thalia thrives in full to partial sun conditions.
    • Water the bulbs regularly, especially during dry periods, to maintain consistent moisture levels. However, avoid overwatering, as excessive moisture can lead to bulb rot.
    • Deadhead the spent flowers to divert energy into bulb development.
    • After the foliage turns yellow, let it wither naturally before removing it, as it helps nourish the bulbs for the following season.
    • Applying a balanced fertilizer during the growing season can further enhance their growth and bloom.

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