Standing at only approx 6 inches high, its small size makes it ideal for planting in patio containers or at the front of borders. These golden yellow flowers will appear in the early spring, each stem having up to 3 flowers.Our most popular selling dwarf daffodils last season by a long way.
The Wild Daffodil (also known as the Lent Lily) has long grey-green leaves. The plants have a clump forming habit. The wild form looks very much like its cultivated siblings, except that the true wild species is generally a slighter plant with half-nodding flowers.
Brings a different perspective to the garden with their short "necks" that present a single flower at an acute angle to the stem. They are perfect for rock gardens, borders, beds, window boxes and naturalizing.
An unusual miniature with a centre of pale yellow which gently spreads out to the golden-yellow petals. And not only do they look attractive, they're delicately scented too! Miniature and rockery variety. Flowers in April.
Produces nodding fragrant yellow flowers many to each stem. Ideal for naturalising. noted for their wonderful, often fruity, fragrance. This is a miniature daffodil with many elfin, pale-yellow nodding bells per stem, surrounded by swept-back petals. This adaptable daffodil can grow in dry areas, in pots, in full sun, and in partial shade.
Ideal for planting in pots, Rockeries, patio containers or at the front of the border.Strong, yellow petals with bright orange trumpets looks very effective when planted in bold groups.
Ideal for planting in pots, Rockeries, patio containers or at the front of the border.Buttercup yellow centers. The petals open light yellow and grow paler with age.
A very nice sweetly scented miniature tazetta. White petals with a lemon-yellow cup. Best suited to a well-drained position and a good summer baking.
The main daffodil species native to Britain, Also known as the Tenby Daffodil. This particular species is also suited to growing on rocky ground, grasslands and in woods where shade is common.This is the original native Daffodil of Britain This must not be confused with the giant headed hybrids we have grown used to.
These fragrant flowers are cream/white with soft lemon cup that fades to cream with age. Great garden variety for cottage gardens, beds, borders or as a cut flower.
A truly excellent miniature daffodil that is particularly useful for a patio or in a rockery. It produces very attractive dwarf double yellow flowers in spring. Superb as a centre piece for your patio displays or in rock gardens, beds and borders.
Ideal for planting in pots, Rockeries, patio containers or at the front of the border. Pale yellow petals with a bright distinctive sun disc in the center.