The Daffodils in this mixture may be diminutive, but they have all won the Royal Horticultural Society's Award of Garden Merit. Many are fragrant, and they will provide a long season of bloom, beginning with the early, all-yellow Trumpet 'Little Gem', followed by midseason 'Minnow', 'Chit Chat', and 'Segovia', and finishing with pale yellow 'Hawera' and 'Sun Disc'. Bulbs are not labeled individually. Exclusive.
Daffodils reliably provide the first large flowers of spring, often putting on their colorful show against a backdrop of late season snow. And they are largely immune to voles and deer. Daffodils are easy to grow. They need good drainage and perform equally well in full sun or partial shade. They will also force their way up through turf, turning a banking or a meadow into a garden. Once bloom is complete, there is no need to remove spent blossoms, but do allow the leaves to remain in place until they yellow (6–8 weeks). This ensures the following year's display. We also recommend a top-dressing with Daffodil Fertilizer after planting, with repeat applications every fall thereafter. Follow this regimen and you will be buried in Daffodils, a high-class problem if ever there was one.