6 Daffodil Facts You Need to Know
Find out how long daffodils bloom, how deep to plant daffodil bulbs, where to see a daffodil festival, and more exciting daffodil facts.
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When is the Best Time to Transplant Daffodils?
Yes, you can transplant daffodils to another spot in your yard. Dig up the bulbs eight weeks after the blooms fade in spring. Make sure the bulbs and foliage stay undamaged.
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How Long Do Daffodils Bloom?
Bloom time differs a lot based on your location and the cultivar. In general, most daffodils will bloom for up to six weeks.
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What Are the Best Daffodil Varieties?
According to Noel Kingsbury, author of Daffodil from Timber Press, seven of the best tried and tested all-around varieties are Carlton, Dutch Master, Golden Rapture, King Alfred, Kingscourt, Marieke and St. Keverne. Check out more of the best daffodil bulbs to grow in your garden, as well as pink daffodil varieties.
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You’ll Never Run Out of New Daffodils to Grow
Undeniably, this is one of the most surprising daffodil facts! There are an astonishing 25,000-plus daffodil cultivars and about 200 species.
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What is the American Daffodil Society?
The American Daffodil Society formed in 1954 to promote interest in daffodils and encourage research and education.
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How Deep Should You Plant Daffodil Bulbs?
When choosing a location for daffodil planting in fall, look for sunny, well-drained spots. Dig about 12 inches deep, amend your soil if necessary, and plant bulbs so the pointed end is at least two times as deep as the bulb is high. Get them planted before the ground freezes.
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