Tete-a-Tete Daffodils have long been the most desired and popular of all miniature daffodils. Buttery yellow petals surround darker yellow cups of flowers that usually bloom two per stem. They’re excellent grown in masses at the front of borders and beds, and their short stature makes them ideal for rock gardens. Enjoy a profusion of flowers whether you plant them in full sun or partial shade. Clip some to use in spring cut flower arrangements to brighten the indoor landscape also. Amazingly easy to grow. Carefree and naturalizing. Excellent cut flower. Deer, rabbit, and drought resistant.
Grows 6-8″ tall.
Blooms in early spring.
Hardy in Zones 3-9
Planting tip: For a more natural look, plant daffodils in clusters rather than in straight lines. To achieve a naturalized look, they can also be planted in the lawn. Toss handfuls of bulbs onto the desired area of the lawn and plant them where they fall. Just don’t mow the lawn until the leaves of the daffodils have died down.
Muscari Ameniacum commonly referred to as Blue Grape Hyacinths is a welcome addition to rock gardens, containers, borders and beds. Muscari features cobalt blue urn shaped flowers which resemble bunches of grapes.