Daffodils (or Narcissus if you prefer) are easy. They like plenty of sun and a well drained soil. Plant as many as space permits because daffodils are a great bulb for lazy gardeners.

Daffodil tip: If after four or five years you notice that your daffodil bulbs are producing lots of foliage but not many flowers, your bulbs may have multiplied and be suffering from overcrowding. This is great news. Simply allow the flowers and foliage to die back naturally over Spring. Then around the end of November/start of December, dig them up, shake of the excess dirt, store them somewhere cool (low to mid 20c is fine) and airy over Summer, then replant them around Mother’s day.

New and Highlight Daffodils

Scented Jonquil Daffodils

These cheery blooms are known as Cluster Daffodils because the flowers ‘cluster’ together in groups - with more than one bloom on each stem forming an impressive display. They are also known as Jonquils, and Jonquil type Daffodils. Each of these blooms, with the exception of Snowflake, has a strong, sweet fragrance which carries beautifully throughout the garden. These bulbs grow and flower best when planted in full sun. They are easy to look after and can be left in the ground to naturalise. All you need to do is fertilise them annually and they will bring you great joy for years to come. These Daffodils are ideal to use in lawn planting. To create a natural display toss a handful into the air and plant them where they land. Over the years they will multiply to form clumps. When naturalising Daffodils we recommend you plant them deeper - to around three times the height of the bulb.

These Daffodils are generally available from Mid January until Mid May.

Golden Trumpet Daffodils

Yellow never looked so good. These traditional daffodils in shades of brilliant golden yellow just never go out of style. They also make excellent cut flowers. These two varieties never disappoint. 'Golden Lion' is the best Daffodil variety for warmer climates, 'King Alfred' the best variety for cool climates. They are both the same colour with the same petal structure.

These Daffodils are generally available from Mid January until Mid May.

Great garden Daffodils

These are tough, hardy varieties that are simple to grow. Each of these cultivars has been trialled in our fields and we are confident of their quality. One of the first flowers to bring colour to the garden in the spring Daffodils are popular in gardens around the world. Daffodils can be planted either in the garden or in pots and can be relied upon to produce masses of reliable spring colour. There is no real trick to them, simply plant, water in, fertilise and wait!

These Daffodils are generally available from Mid January until Mid May.

Butterfly Daffodils

Frivolous flamboyance. Elaborate flowers where the corona or trumpet is split to form a ruffle which makes the flower appear double. For this reason they are also known as Split Corona or Split Crown Daffodils. But we like the more romantic term Butterfly Daffodils and think they look fabulous fluttering in the spring breeze. The blooms have a soft fragrance and come in a great range of colours.

These Daffodils are generally available from Mid January until Mid May.

Double Daffodils

Twice as nice with double trumpets, petals or both. Vibrant spring colour, these Daffodils have all the trimmings. Fragrant, highly ruffled cultivars, these large flowers are delightful. Take advantage of the large variety available to create a symphony of colours and textures in your garden. Suitable for garden and container plantings.

These Daffodils are generally available from Mid January until Mid May.

Miniature Daffodils

These petite blooms may be small in size but they certainly create a big impact in the garden. Tiny daffodils that replicate their bigger cousins in everything but size, they are just superb. Tough, hardy and easy to grow these daffodils add garden fun and always attract attention. Each bulb produces more than one flower. Ideal in patio pots or woven into your gardens nooks and crannies.

Miniature Daffodils are generally available from Mid January until Mid May.

Mixes and Collections of Daffodils

Daffodils - the essence of spring. Spring hasn't sprung until we see those delightful yellow, gold, lemon and cream blooms bursting into flower all over the garden. If you haven't planted a daffodil what are you waiting for? The cheerful, sunny blooms are perfect to put a smile on your dial. Feel good colour that is big on rewards with minimal effort. These tried and tested varieties are guaranteed to perform. Tried and tested mixes that are excellent value. These bulbs are all ready to flower this season. This is a cost effective way to create a stunning mass planting of Daffodils.

These Daffodils are generally available from Mid January until Mid May.

Pheasants Eye Daffodils