Large Pink Cupped Daffodil Fortune-15 Large Bulbs, Spring Flowering,Easy to Plant


Large Pink Cupped Daffodil Fortune-15 Large Bulbs, Spring Flowering,Easy to Plant by SZDYSD at Cobble Stone Inn. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Narcissus: also known as Chinese Narcissus, is a variant of the multi-flowered daffodil. It is a perennial herb of Amaryllidaceae. The leaves of the narcissus are extracted from the green-white tubular sheath of the bulb tip (commonly known as the arrow) and then extracted from the leaves. Generally, each bulb can draw 1-2 stems, and many can reach 8-11 branches, umbels. The petals are mostly 6 pieces, and the petals are yellow at the end. There is a bowl-like protective cover on the outside of


Large Pink Cupped Daffodil Fortune-15 Large Bulbs, Spring Flowering,Easy to Plant by SZDYSD
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Narcissus: also known as Chinese Narcissus, is a variant of the multi-flowered daffodil. It is a perennial herb of Amaryllidaceae. The leaves of the narcissus are extracted from the green-white tubular sheath of the bulb tip (commonly known as the arrow) and then extracted from the leaves. Generally, each bulb can draw 1-2 stems, and many can reach 8-11 branches, umbels. The petals are mostly 6 pieces, and the petals are yellow at the end. There is a bowl-like protective cover on the outside of the flower. Bulbs ovate to broadly ovoid- globose, externally tanose. The leaves are narrow and long, and the back of the capsule is cracked. Narcissus is the root-green greenhouse flower of autumn planting. It enjoys sunshine and is tenacious, capable of resisting half-yin and not cold. The deciduous dormancy occurred in July and August, and the flower bud differentiation was carried out in the growth point of the bulb in the dormant period, with autumn and winter growth, early spring flowering and physiological characteristics of dormancy in summer. Narcissus hi light, hi water, hi fertilizer, suitable for warm and humid climatic conditions, like fertile sandy soil. It is cool in the early stage of growth, slightly cold in the middle stage, and warm in the late stage. Therefore, it is required that there is no cold summer in the winter and no rainy weather in spring and autumn. The daffodil symbolizes the New Year - miss, reunion.

Features & Highlights

  • Plant in the fall or early winter for spring flowers!
  • Add a gorgeous pop of color to your summer garden!
  • Easy to Grow and care for
  • Spring flowering
  • Great re-blooming each year

Additional Information

Brand:
SZDYSD
Category:
Plant Daffodils Bulbs
Color:
Pink
Model:
CJ022-Pink-15Bulbs
EAN:
4842219760339
Size:
15 Bulbs

 


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