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Narcissus Miniature ‘February Gold’

Daffodil

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February Gold is one of the first blooming Miniature Daffodils. They are kwown for their reflexed petals and long trumpets in a golden color.

Miniature daffodils, also known as “mini daffs,” are charming and delicate daffodil varieties that bring a touch of whimsy to gardens and containers. These compact bulbs produce petite blooms with all the classic daffodil features, including trumpet-shaped cups and vibrant yellow, white, or bi-colored petals. Perfect for rock gardens, borders, or adding accents to floral arrangements, miniature daffodils offer a delightful burst of color and cheerfulness in early spring. Their smaller size makes them versatile and easy to grow, even in small spaces.

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Additional information

Bloom Time

Early to Mid Season

Characteristics

Average, Border or Bed, Container, Deer Resistant, Mass Planting, Naturalizing, Partial Shade, Rabbit Resistant, Rock Garden, Rodent Resistant, Squirrel Resistant, Sun, Warm Climate

Color

Yellow

Common name

Daffodil

Forcing

pot

Hardiness Zone

9-Apr

Height

10 Inches

Packaging

Box of 100 Bulbs, Size 12/14, Tray of 500 Bulbs, Size 12/14

Planting Depth

6-8 Inches

Shipping Season

Fall

Spread

4 Inches

Description

  • Wholesale Miniature daffodil bulbs, also called Botanical Narcissi, early flowering and perfect for rock gardens, containers and low borders.
  • We supply top sized wholesale daffodil bulbs (8+ to 12/14 depending on cultivar).
  • Wholesale daffodil bulbs are at their best in full sun but will perform in some shade as well
  • Daffodil bulbs dislike wetness (wet feet) and require well-drained soil
  • Fertilize daffodil bulbs when the foliage pushes through the soil in spring. We recommend a general low-nitrogen fertilize.
  • When planting bulk daffodil bulbs, you should always place the pointed ends (noses) up
  • Botanical Daffodils should be planted at a depth of Double the height of the bulb
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