Daffodil Dick Wilden - 5 bulbs

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Dick Wilden is a beautiful fragrant double daffodil, an old favourite perfect for naturalising - that means you can plant it and forget it while it multiplies year after year. Ruffly-fluffly flowers in egg-yolk yellow, to brighten up your spring garden.

 

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Narcissus bulbocodium 'Dick Wilden'

APPEARANCE :& Daffodil with multistemmed, double golden yellow trumpet-shaped flowers, lightly fragrant, with masses of small petals in the centre. A double form of the hoop petticoat daffodil.
USE IN : Plant below deciduous trees or group closely in pots for bright spring flowering colour. Naturalise through lawns and borders.
CLIMATE : Frost to sub-tropical. Cold hardy to -15C. Flowers last longer in cooler temperatures
PLANTING :Daffodils are very tolerant of whatever soils they are planted in, though this one prefers a neutral to acid pH. Plant bulbs with the narrow end facing upward, cover with a good layer of mulch to help regulate soil temperature.
CARE : Once planted, water the soil to set the bulb in place. An occasional light watering is all that's needed until the first flowers appear. Water and feed weekly or if the soil becomes dry, give a good deep water (bulbs are generally at least 5 cms below the surface). Once flowering is finished leave plants to die back, it's not the prettiest sight but don't be tempted to trim the yellowing foliage. The nutrients are being drawn back into the bulbs for next year. When the bulbs die back completely remove spent foliage and leave in place for next season.
Contains 5 bulbs.

 

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