Information About Daffodils

Daffodils in the garden are a common sight each spring. To get the most out of growing daffodil bulbs, simply use the following articles. Here you will find tips on daffodil propagation, daffodil care, types of daffodils, common daffodil problems and more. Get started now and have fun growing these cheery bulbs in your garden.

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Why Tying Or Braiding Daffodil Leaves Isn’t A Good Idea

By Amy Grant

Should you braid your daffodil leaves after they're done blooming? Is it a good idea? Click here to find out.

Frilly Daffodils And Double Bloom Narcissus Varieties

By Tonya Barnett, (Author of FRESHCUTKY)

What are some frilly and double daffodil varieties to try for a whimsical garden? Click here to find out.

Why Planting Daffodil Bulbs Late Could Delay Blooms

By Amy Grant

Daffodils planted late did not bloom? Click here to learn why planting daffodils late could delay blooms, and if they will still bloom next spring.

Dwarf Narcissus Care: Popular Mini Daffodil Varieties To Try

By Mary Ellen Ellis

Dwarf daffodil flowers look just like their full-size counterparts. Perfect for rock gardens, naturalized areas, and borders, learn more here.

Daffodil Benefits – What Are Daffodils Good For

By Mary Ellen Ellis

A classic early flower of spring, the uses for daffodils extend well beyond providing cheerful color after the winter months. These pretty spring flowers can enrich your garden, improve pollination, and provide medical and health benefits. Learn more here.

Poet’s Daffodil Bulbs: Growing Poet’s Daffodils In The Garden

By Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden Writer

Also known as poeticus daffodils, poet’s narcissus, or sometimes pheasant’s eye daffodil, poet’s daffodils produce beautiful blooms with pure white petals. The blooms appear later in the season than most daffodil varieties. Click here for poeticus daffodil plant care.

Daffodil Varieties – How Many Types Of Daffodils Are There

By Liz Baessler

You really can't go wrong when planting daffodil bulbs, but the sheer variety can get overwhelming. Learn more about the different types of daffodils and how to tell them apart in this article.

Companion Plants For Daffodils: What To Plant With Daffodils

By Darcy Larum, Landscape Designer

Natural groups of flowers that bloom in succession or a complimentary way have inspired artists and poets for centuries. Companion planting allows even a small flower patch to be inspiring. This article will help with daffodil plant companions.

Curing Daffodil Bulbs: Guide To Digging And Storing Daffodil Bulbs

By Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden Writer

It's a good idea to store your daffodil bulbs during the off-season, a process also known as "curing." Storage of daffodil bulbs is also a good idea if you want to replant the daffodils in a different location. Learn about curing daffodil bulbs here.

After Bloom Care Of Daffodil Flowers: Caring For Daffodil Bulbs After Blooming

By Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden Writer

Although daffodils are amazingly easy to get along with, caring for daffodil bulbs after flowering is essential. Read this article for tips on what you need to know about the care of daffodil flowers after blooming. Click here to learn more.

Yellow Daffodil Leaves – Reasons Why Daffodil Foliage Turns Yellow

By Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden Writer

Daffodil leaves always turn yellow a few weeks after the plant blooms. Daffodils with yellow leaves at any other time, however, may indicate a problem, often caused by disease. This article discusses these issues.

Flower Bulbs Not Growing: Why There Are No Daffodils After Planting

By Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden Writer

Daffodils are cheerful harbingers of early spring and, usually, they bloom dependably for many years. However, sometimes problems arise and, unfortunately, there are no daffodils after planting. What to do? Read this article to learn more.

Dividing Daffodils: Can You Transplant Daffodil Bulbs

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

Over the years transplanting daffodil plants becomes necessary. Can you transplant daffodil bulbs any time of the year? Learn when and how to divide and transplant daffodils plus storage and planting tips in this article.

Daffodil Seed Cultivation: Tips On Growing Daffodil Seeds

By Anne Baley

In most gardens, daffodils reproduce from bulbs. The thought of growing them from seed may seem a bit unusual, but you can do it if you've got the time and patience. Learn how in this article.

Fertilizing Daffodil Plants: How And When To Fertilize Daffodils

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

Perennial bulbs like daffodils will naturalize and produce flowers for many years, especially with the right care and feeding. Learn more about daffodil fertilizer in this article.

Naturalizing Daffodils In Gardens: Naturalized Planting Of Daffodils

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

Daffodil naturalizing occurs without intervention. Pick a good sized bed when naturalizing daffodils and over time you will have a sea of golden trumpet shaped blooms. Learn more here.

What Is The Difference Between Daffodil, Jonquil, And Narcissus

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

There are new cultivars of daffodils introduced to eager gardeners every year. What is the difference between daffodil, jonquil, and Narcissus? Find out in this article. Click here to get more info.

Planting Forced Daffodils In The Garden: Moving Daffodils After Flowering

By Anne Baley

Planting forced daffodils in the garden is possible, but there are some special techniques and precautions you should be aware of first. Find out what they are in this article.

What Is Daffodil Bud Blast: Reasons Why Daffodil Buds Don’t Open

By Anne Baley

If your daffodil buds wither and turn brown without ever blooming, you've been a victim of bud blast. What is bud blast? Find out here and get more information about daffodil bud blast in this article.

My Daffodils Are Not Flowering: Why Daffodils Didn’t Bloom

By Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY Garden

Late in winter, we expect the perky blooms of daffodils to open and assure us spring is on the way. Poor blooms on daffodils may be due to a number of things. Find out what those are in this article.

Daffodil Leaves – When Do I Prune Daffodils

By Heather Rhoades

Daffodils are among the most popular spring blooming bulbs grown in the garden. But, when the flower is gone, when is the right time to remove daffodil leaves? Find out in the following article.

Daffodil Planting Care Tips: How To Plant Daffodils In Your Garden

By Heather Rhoades

Daffodils are a lovely addition to the spring garden. These easy to care for flowers will add bright spots of sunshine that will return year after year. The trick is to plant them properly. Learn how in this article.

Growing Daffodils Indoors – Forcing Daffodils Into Bloom

By Heather Rhoades

Forcing daffodils into bloom is an excellent way to help stave off mid-winter blues. Growing daffodils indoors is not difficult. Look at how you can force daffodils into bloom inside by reading this article.

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