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Replete Daffodils are a wonderful combination of an apricot color and pure white. This species' blooms are fully double, and have large flowers about 4" in diameter. These daffs will last you a couple of weeks and have a very delicate fragrance. This type of daffodil makes an excellent cut flower, and as always with daffodils, they look splendid in garden borders.
Minnow Daffodils are some of the sweetest daffodils you can buy. These miniature daffodils with their eye-catching white petals and yellow cups have a scent that is simply heavenly. We especially love these planted with grape hyacinths!
A couple of other favorites of ours are Orangery Daffodils, a beautiful orange-white spring-blooming daffodil that will bring happiness to your flowerbed or border annually, and the Jetfire Daffodil, which is a small daffodil that has an intense dark orange cup to perfectly bring out its the bright yellow petals.
Remember, when planting daffodils it is always best to group them in clusters, not to plant them in rows. Clustering your daffodils throughout your garden will bring surprising patches of color and brightness, while long rows of single flowers will just look awkward and unappealing. So get out there and plant your daffodil bulbs - you and your garden will be thankful come springtime!
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