3,000 د.ك

Product description

Daffodils join tulips, hyacinths and crocuses to form the largest category of tuberous and bulbous spring plants. Daffodils are used in abundance in gardens. This bulb is resistant to low winter temperatures, it is easy to naturalize and can be used in any type of garden. The different colors and types of flowers available also add to its popularity. Daffodils with the large yellow flowers are flowers that herald spring and warmer days. The number of wild species varies greatly depending on the definition of “wild species”. Normally, this number is limited to 26 (not counting the subspecies and varieties). In addition to these species, hundreds of cultivars are known. The most important colors are yellow, white, orange-red, orange and salmon. Many cultivars show subtle or marked differences in color between the heart (trumpet or cup) and perianth (petals). Daffodils grow most frequently in the wild in Europe, Spain and Portugal in particular. As early as the 16th century, people – especially the English and the Dutch – were already interested in daffodils. Even today, these two countries are known as the world leaders in the cultivation of daffodils. In addition to its use in gardens, daffodils are also very popular cut flowers and are even often used as a container plant. Another attractive advantage: several species smell delicious. Almost all daffodils are cold hardy and tolerate temperatures down to -10 ° C. An exception is the narcissus Tazetta.


Mark :Kapiteyn
Conditioning of seeds / bulbs:Bag
Vegetation:Flower bulbs
Flowering period (s):March April
Flower color:White
Sowing period (s):September October November December
Exhibition:Full sun, Part shade, Shade
Cold resistance:Max temperature (15 ° C) / min. (0 ° C) for planting
Adult height (cm):40
Growth :According to species
Latin product designation:Narcissus

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