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Pick a sunny site with good drainage.Be sure to plant daffodil bulbs with the pointy end up and the fatter, somewhat flattened end down.
Plant your daffodils twice as deep as the bulb is tall. In other words, if a bulb is 2 inches (5 cm.) from the base to the tip, you would dig a 6-inch (15 cm.) deep hole to put the bulb 4 inches (10 cm.) below the soil level. Deep planting helps prevent frost heave and protects the bulbs from accidental damage from spades and rakes. You don’t need to measure the hole – just give it your best guess. Larger bulbs go deeper, of course, and smaller bulbs go closer to the surface. Plant the bulbs more deeply in sandy soil, and more shallowly in heavier, clay-type soils. .You will want to cover the bulbs with soil and then water them well after you’re finished planting them. Mulch the area with pine bark mulch, chopped leaves, or whatever you usually use as mulch to help protect it.
Water daffodils generously while the plant is blooming, but keep the soil relatively dry when the plants are dormant during the summer. Provide a handful of bulb fertilizer or any general-purpose fertilizer when shoots poke through the ground in early spring. Be sure to fertilize the soil around the daffodil plant, but keep the fertilizer off the foliage.
These amazing, large cup, Pink Charm daffodils are an absolute pink daffodil favorite and will brighten up any garden. The rosy pink-peach ruffled trumpets with creamy white petals are perennial, deer resistant, easy to grow, and beautiful and will be a highlight among your flower beds. Sturdy, long lived and an outstanding naturalizer. Plant with snowy white Daffodil Thalia to highlight the pink cups.
- Sun to partial shade
- Bloom early to mid spring
- Grow 12-28" tall
- Perfect for zones 3-9
- Require well drained soil area