This daffodil picture came from our garden. Daffodils as well as tulips are one of the most popular Spring blooming flowers. They've been recorded in history going back all the way to ancient times. They need one Winter in order to bloom and should be divided after 4 or 5 years. There are many different species of daffodils and hybrids as well. Trumpet daffodils are a type that have two contrasting colors on one bloom. There are also minature varieties of daffodils. They look very pretty grown with purple hyacinths. They should be allowed to fade away naturally so the plant can get the nutrients it needs for the next year's blooms.
|Plant Type - Perennial - bulb||Light - Full sun or Part sun|
|Zones - 3 to 9||Size - 14" high - 5" to 6" wide|
|Bloom time - Spring||Tips - Don't cut back leaves after blooming|