Daffodil / Narcissus Cool Flame – 5 bulbs p/pack (Bulbs - not seeds)

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The daffodil is a true bulb and its botanical name is Narcissus. There are 50 species and they originated in southern Europe, the Mediterranean and North Africa. There have also been cross- breds found in Asian countries such as China and Japan. Daffodils are easy to grow, versatile in the garden and quick to multiply. Daffodils can be showcased in a vase as cut flowers, hydroponically, in a pot, in a woodland setting or in borders – so let your imagination go wild when planting daffodils. The lowest temperature this plant can tolerate is -20°C.

In Greek mythology, the daffodil is said to have bloomed in the spot where Narcissus died of heart break after falling in love with his own reflection because he could not hold the object of his desire; giving rise to the word Narcissistic.

Beautiful white blooms with dusty pink centers.

Planting time - Mid April - Mid June

Flowering Time - July - September

May be harmful if eaten by humans or animals – Keep away from children and pets.