For decades American gardeners have loved Dutch Master Trumpet Daffodils, and it's easy to see why. The best naturalizer by far, through the years each bulb produces bulblets that eventually form into clumps of amazing classic yellow daffodils that bloom each spring. There's nothing more to do than plant them once anywhere in your yard or garden that doesn't require early mowing. Grow them in beds, borders, and containers, and even on the lawn. Add their perfect daffodil shape and nostalgic golden yellow daffodil color to cut flower arrangements to brighten the indoor landscape in spring.
Growing Instructions: Select a spot in the garden that receives full sun to part shade where the soil drains well. Loosen the soil, and plant the bulbs, pointy end up, approximately 6" deep and 4-6" apart. Tamp down the soil and water well after planting. Foliage should be left to die back naturally as it provides the nutrients the bulbs will need to grow and flower the following year. Bulbs may also be planted in containers and tubs at the same depth. Planting tip: For a more natural look, plant daffodils in clusters rather than in straight lines. To achieve a naturalized look, they can also be planted in the lawn. Toss handfuls of bulbs onto the desired area of the lawn and plant them where they fall. Just don't mow the lawn until the leaves of the daffodils have died down.