Narcissus Bridal Crown 水仙花 (Daffodils)
Pot Size: Approx. 14cm(Ø) x 7cm(H)
Overall Height approximately 20cm
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Narcissus Attraction 水仙花 (Daffodils)
- Narcissus, also known as Daffodils are popular flowers that bloom predominantly during the late winter or spring.
- The daffodil or jonquil, with its recognizable yellow or white blooms, is an excellent cut flower or potted flowering plant.
- Often used as a potted plant during Easter, this flower can be found in many gardens around the same time.
- In fact, it typically enjoys a cool, moist environment and performs well in a border, cool garden, or between shrubs.
- Most daffodils tolerate a range of soils but grow best in moderately fertile, well-drained soil that is kept moist during the growing season.
- They are susceptible to rot when kept too wet, so make sure that you plant them in a well-draining spot.
- Daffodil bulbs contain all the nutrients necessary for growth so soil needs should be focused on moisture retention with good drainage as well as providing ample room for root growth.
- After the daffodils bloom, apply a balanced (20-20-20) fertilizer at least once.
- Apply a high potash fertilizer to the soil if the bulbs do not burgeon well as this should aid in flowering.
- Daffodils thrive in low light, shady environments.
- Outdoors, daffodils perform well in the darker days of late winter when young and adapt with age to flourish in the full light of an early spring day.
- Potted daffodils require a position with full and bright light, perhaps the light of a terrace, sunroom, patio edge, or window boxes for smaller hybrids.
- Potted daffodils need a well-drained moist soil; be sure to have a drip tray to catch excessive draining.
- In the garden daffodils (Narcissus) enjoy a cool, evenly moist environment.
- Though typically found in cooler, dryer climates, daffodils can be spotted in the damp crevices of rocks, river silts, woodland areas, meadows, and other clammy locations.
- Ensure that the soil surrounding the daffodils remains moist during the rooting period and after blooming.
- Be sure to water late-flowering daffodils during dry spring weather; flowering will be decreased in dry conditions.
- However, bulbs should be kept dry when dormant.
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