Daffodil Peaches and Cream Flower Bulbs (Pack of 3)
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Daffodil Peaches and Cream Flower Bulbs
These hardy bulbs will be some of the first flowers to pop their heads up in Spring, a welcome sight and smell after a long winter.
Before planting the daffodil bulbs you will need to prep your garden beds with nutrient rich compost and well draining soil.
Space the bulbs 20cm apart, and 6cm deep with the flatter root end down when planting them into the ground, they can be grown in large deep pots, but just make sure you use the best quality potting mix you can buy.
The will need to be planted in a full sun to part shade position in your garden.
Daffodils do not need to be lifted from the ground at the end of the season, but if you do want to divide your ranunculus they will need to be harvested in early Summer and stored in a cool, dry area until Autumn.
Photo credit: Suzie Tremmel
When to Sow in your climate
The below is a guide on which months to sow based on your climate