jersey lace daffodils narcissus
jersey lace daffodils narcissus
jersey lace daffodils narcissus
jersey lace daffodils narcissus

Daffodil Jersey Lace - 8 pack

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White, with a yellow edged orange disc shaped wavy cup, the base of the cup is yellow. Narcissus Jersey Lace is a recent introduction with a pretty colour blend. Perfect for mixing with yellow and orange Tulips with an added dash of purple for contrast. This narcissus is best suited to the garden border.

Each order includes 8 bulbs.

Hardiness Zones: 3-9

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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  • Bare roots, spring bulbs, and dahlia tubers ship April through May (dependant on last frost date of your hardiness zone) 
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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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