Bulbs such as Daffodils herald the arrival of spring and these bright bloomers are a must for everyone, with flowers from February until April. With their distinctive trumpets, there are few flowers which are as instantly recognisable.
Perfect for pots, planters, beds and borders, and also make wonderful cut flower displays allowing you to enjoy them in your home too - especially as some are delightfully fragrant.
Reliable and hardy, they're possibly the easiest plant to grow - you basically dig a hole, add the bulbs, cover them up and leave them alone! They'll grow almost anywhere too, even happy in light shade and prefer a free-draining soil.
Leave the bulbs in the ground after the flowers have died back, and they'll reward you with bigger, better displays, each year for many years to come.
Harmful if eaten/skin irritant
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Cutting your daffodils back: