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20 Bulbs $18.99 14%
50 Bulbs $44.99 18%
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  • Perennial; Customer favorite, classic daffodil
  • Spring Blooming; Simple to Grow; Deer, Rabbit and Squirrel Resistant
  • Prefers Sun/Partial Shade

Product Description

A longstanding favorite of bulb gardeners, the Tete a Tete daffodil – also known as Tete a Tete narcissus – is particularly renowned for its early bloom.  But not only does the Tete a Tete daffodil bloom early, it also blooms beautifully, producing a deep golden yellow flower.  Plant Tete a Tete daffodil bulbs in the fall for early spring bloom.

  • Fast Facts

    Name:Daffodil Bulbs (Miniature) - Tete a Tete
    Botanical Name:Narcissus
    Life Cycle:Perennial
    Bulb/Tuber/Root Size:12-14 cm Circumference
    Light Requirement:Full Sun, Partial Sun
    Planting Season:Fall
    Plant Type:Miniature
    Features:Container Garden, Cut Flower Garden, Deer Resistant, Easy to Grow & Maintain, Fast Growing, Drought Tolerant
    Color:Yellow
    Blooms:Early Spring, Spring, Late Spring
    Plant Height:6 inches
    Plant Spacing:4-5 inches apart
    Planting Depth:6 inches Deep
    Hardiness Zones:3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
    Ships:Fall
  • Planting Instructions

    How to Plant Tete a Tete Daffodil Bulbs

    When to Plant Daffodil Bulbs

    Daffodil bulbs are a snap to plant and require only minimum effort and time. They are a fall planted bulb that will provide years of beautiful mid-spring bloom. You can comfortably plant daffodil bulbs from September through December.

    Where to Plant Daffodil Bulbs

    The first step in any daffodil bulb planting is to choose the right site for your daffodil bulbs. Daffodils prefer sunlight, but are also very versatile, and as such, can typically tolerate a good bit of shade as well. When planting daffodil bulbs, choose a spot with rich and well drained soil.  A little dampness is fine, but do not plant daffodil bulbs at a site that attracts standing water for any prolonged period of time.

    How to Plant Daffodil Bulbs

    Once the right site has been chosen, plant your daffodil bulbs about 4 or 5 inches apart and about 6 inches deep. Though it's advisable to plant daffodil bulbs in groups of at least 30, do not crowd the bulbs too close together as this may inhibit future growth. After the daffodil bulbs are planted, we recommend supplementing the existing soil with a rich top soil to stimulate propagation. Additionally, the use of fertilizer when planting daffodil bulbs is recommended, but not necessary.

    How to Care for Daffodil Bulbs

    Once your daffodil bulbs have been planted, you should water the site regularly, being careful not to over-water. After the daffodils bloom in the spring, wait until the foliage has turned brown naturally before cutting or trimming. Be sure not to cut the foliage too early, as this will possibly inhibit growth in subsequent years.

    Download Printable Planting Guide

  • Seed Coverage

    Square
    Feet
    # of Bulbs (Dense)# of Bulbs (Moderate)
    53025
    106050
    159075
    20120100
    25150125
    30180150
    40240200
    50300250
    60360300
    70420350
    80480400
    90540450
    100600500

Product Reviews

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Global Rating: 5.00 from 2 reviews
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I LOVE my little Daffies!!!

It's a late March in Denver and the daffodils are in full bloom and I take such pleasure looking at them at every opportunity. The bulbs were ordered (not one out 200 were bad) and planted in fall of 2016 and this spring, they have doubled in quantity! They are bright yellow and just so whimsical all bunched together - I love them! They could be seen half a block away! I don't have too much space left in my garden to plant more but I'm so attempted to buy another 200 bulbs and just cover the remaining space with these lovely and adorable daffodils!!! The only problem with daffodils in Colorado is the spring snow. It just snowed last night and my poor things are under foot of snow but they have survived last week's snow (I've been told that the daffodils are very hardy little things and could take lot of weather) and I'm hoping they will survive last night's snow as well! They are just delightful to have in my garden!

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Large, healthy bulbs

Largest bulbs I've seen on the market in several years, and many were double-nosed. I'm looking forward to next spring's display.

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