(as of Jun 30,2021 02:05:25 UTC – Details)
You will get Daffodil, Narcissus Mount Hood Bulbs – Size 12/14.
Flower color: white.
Narcissi are very tolerant bulbs. They’ll grow well on a light, sandy soil in full sun, and they also grow happily with me on heavy clay if I add lots of grit to their planting position, and will tolerate partial shade.
Plant them pointy end up, anytime from August to November, 10-15cm (4-6in) deep with 7-10cm (3-4in) between each bulb. Dead-head them once they have flowered, to help next year’s flowering. Do not remove the foliage; leave it for at least six weeks after flowering – or longer – and this will also help next year’s flowers. Mowing daffodil foliage off too early when they’re planted in grass is the most common cause of blind, non flowering bulbs.
All bulbs do best if you minimize the number of leaves you cut when you pick the flowers. It’s also important to leave the browning foliage on your bulbs until every leaf has died right down. Don’t be tempted to clear them up until every leaf is completely brown. After flowering is the time when bulbs photosynthesise and create food, stored in the bulb to help next year’s flower. If you remove the leaves halfway through this process, you’re less likely to have a flower the following year.