Save 1% on the Mixed Daffodils 500+ Bulbs - Bulk Landscaper Quality by Willard & May at Cobble Stone Inn. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. One of the most elegant looking blooms in the spring garden, these colorful daffodils will be a welcome sight after a long, cold winter! They are deer resistant!Mixed: double, miniture, large cup, trumpet daffodil varities. Deer Resistant. Over 500 bulbs. Will cover an area like 5' x 20' or 3' x 30'. Hardy in zones 3-8; come back every year!.
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One of the most elegant looking blooms in the spring garden, these colorful daffodils will be a welcome sight after a long, cold winter! They are deer resistant!
Features & Highlights
- Mixed: double, miniture, large cup, trumpet daffodil varities
- Deer Resistant
- Over 500 bulbs
- Will cover an area like 5' x 20' or 3' x 30'
- Hardy in zones 3-8; come back every year!
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