Becky Fox Matthews, Tennessee

Daffs in the landscape

October 3, 2008

Categories: Bulb Information, Growing Daffodils, Landscapes and Naturalized Daffodils

Download PDF

Niels, here is one photo of daffodils from 2004 with like cultivars planted in groups in my front yard. I think the impact is so much better that mixed bulbs.
Tom Stettner, avert your eyes, the white clumps are ‘Ice Follies’. These are my 55 mph daffodils. They look good when you drive past, though I even enjoy them close-up! ;->
Becky that daffy girl near Nashville
2nd Vice President American Daffodil Society

One response to “Daffs in the landscape”

  1. Jason Delaney, Missouri Jason Delaney says:

    Becky, I have to agree. Individual masses, even if smaller, add greater visual impact in a naturalized planting. Select a couple varieties to be used more than the others, repeating their masses throughout the planting to unify the entire display.
    Any way you do it, whether massed or simply mixed, with daffodils you will have a lovely display. Please send pictures when they flower!