These blooms can reach 4 inches wide, pretty big for any flower and absolutely humongous for a daffodil! They arise in midseason, when the first flush of early daffodils has passed and the garden needs an injection of fresh color. The stems reach about 18 to 20 inches high, and hold up well in rainshowers and wind.
Ring of Fire is a magnificent accent to plant among the "plain" yellow and white varieties, for its ring of red really pops. And it's one of the best for cutting, making a breathtaking sight in the vase. Altogether a showstopping variety for any sunny setting -- it even works beautifully in containers!
Plant daffodil bulbs in fall and enjoy their beauty the following spring and for many springs to come. Where happy, they naturalize freely, multiplying into large colonies over time. After the flowers pass, let the foliage remain until it turns brown and falls over; then you can cut it away. Daylilies are a lovely companion to daffodils, for their fresh, strappy leaves hide the dying foliage of the daffs. One of nature's all-time easiest bulbs, daffodils belong in every garden! Zones 4-9. Pack of 10.