Daffodils are suitable for planting between shrubs, in borders, for forcing, and many can be easily naturalized. Daffodils are available in a variety of different colors and sizes. They are excellent for cutting and are all grown for their attractive flowers. The blooms are mostly yellow or white, occasionally green, some have red, orange, or pink coronas. An eager to bloom daffodil, Tete-A-Tete, emerges swiftly as the snow melts and the flowers begin to bloom. Tete-A-Tete is a miniature daffodil that shows off yellow-buttercup blooms with long narrow reflexed trumpets. Tete-A-Tete is easily grown and can multiply rapidly. Each stem can bear one to three flowers making it appropriate for forcing, naturalizing, or growing in a rock garden.
- Botanical Name : Narcissus sp.
- Deer resistant
- Item ships as dormant bulbs
- Image shows plant at maturity