Cyclamineus or Miniature Daffodils include small-sized (8-16 in. tall, 20-40 cm), early spring bloomers with flowers angling downwards and perianth petals that are swept-back. More shade tolerant than most daffodil varieties, these Miniature Daffodils naturalize easily. Great choices for rock gardens, containers and forcing.
New Baby Daffodil bulbs are a sweetly fragrant miniature Daffodil (Narcissus) with up to 4 flowers per bulb. New Baby Daffodil has white petals edged with yellow surround a deep yellow cup. Narcissus New Baby grows easily, forming compact drifts in the garden. 6-8" tall. Late spring blooming. Javelina resistant.
Think of your favorite standard daffodil: there's probably a miniature with a similar look. There are mini-trumpet daffodils (traditionally Division 1), as well as triandrus (Division 5), cyclamineus (6), jonquilla (7), and tazetta (8). The bulbocodium (10), miscellaneous (12), and species (13) divisions rank high in miniature numbers.
Mini daffodils require little real estate and excel in pots and containers. ... In an area of only eight feet by six feet, she was growing approximately 200 varieties of miniature daffodils.
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Narcissus ‘Toto’ is a dwarf daffodil with star-shaped flowers. The yellow cups mature to a creamy white. ‘Toto’ is ideal for growing in spring containers, at front of the border, or in a rockery. The blooms make lovely cut flowers.
Then pull the mulch away from the plants in early spring. Trumpet, large-cup, small-cup, cyclamineus, poeticus, split-corona and miniature daffodils perform well in the Northeast. Daffodil name (division) Petals / Trumpet Color Height USDA Hardiness Zones Bloom Time* Also Thrives In Comments ‘Actaea’ (poeticus) White / yellow:
Heirloom Daffodils are varieties that have been treasured and passed down from one generation to the next for many years. G enerally, t hey are exceptionally hardy, with some plantings known to have lasted well over 100 years.. The American Daffodil Society refers to these as "historic" Daffodils, defined as varieties either registered with the Royal Horticultural Society or grown in gar...
When naturalizing daffodils, you will get the best results and many years of blooms by taking the time to plant properly. For most naturalizing projects, you will be working in uncultivated soil with thick sod, so it is necessary to give each bulb a small custom-cultivated hole.
Planting multiple varieties of both daffodils and companions for extended bloom times will ensure that you'll have great color combinations each year. In addition to other bulbs, consider other perennials as daffodil companions. Last fall, I planted a few handfuls of miniature daffodil bulbs around my dwarf irises.