fortissimo daffodils narcissus
fortissimo daffodils narcissus
fortissimo daffodils narcissus

Daffodil Fortissimo - 8 pack

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Huge-cupped Narcissus; deep, golden yellow with bright orange trumpet.

These Daffodils have been chosen for their outstanding growth habit and blooming quality. The colors are bright and rich. Ideal for a showy floral display that will add springtime beauty to any garden. These large-cupped varieties are selected and recommended for naturalizing.

Each order includes 8 bulbs.

Hardiness Zones: 4-9

Mature Height: 17 inches

Bloom Time: Mid spring

Light Requirements: Full Sun

Notes: Deer Resistant, Cut Flower, Container Friendly

Growing Tips

Planting Instructions: Plant bulbs 6" deep and 4 - 6" apart

Soil Moisture: Loosen soil about 10" and water well after planting.

Will Tolerate: Acidic Soil, Clay Soil, Loamy Soil, Sandy Soil

Pruning Instructions: Let foliage mature and die down naturally. The leaves are providing nourishment for bulbs to produce future growth and blooms.

Winter Care: Mulch +/- 2"

Watering Requirements: Daffodils need at least 1" of rain or equivalent watering each week during their growing and blooming season.

Fertilization Requirements: Once per year

Special Care: Not needed.

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Learn more about hardiness zones and why they're important by checking out our 'Canada's hardiness zones explained' blog post!  

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