In this post I share a few tips in a video featuring my mini daffodil in bloom. You will see first hand how the bulbs perform in the drastic Ohio spring weather conditions. Scroll down to see images and variety information.
Mini Daffodil in Bloom
This is a short view taken after the mini daffodil (tee-a-tee variety) experience sunny days in the 70*s. The night before I shot this video the temperatures were in the low 20’s. If you watch the video you will see how the taller variety ( mount hood variety). Please enjoy the video and scroll down for more information. The mini daffodils feature planted under the Ember Waves Western Abervitea.
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Mini Daffodil Growing Tips
Personally, I can’t say enough about how rewarding the mini daffodil variety is in your home garden. My first bulbs (which I still enjoy blooming) were a gift in a basket at my fathers funeral. This was well over 20 years ago and the bulbs still bloom. My number one tip for growing these is to plant them in the landscape were you will enjoy them even if there is snow. The plant will bloom in early spring. Over the years I have added thousands of t his variety to my landscape.
A few nice clusters of these beauties are back along the path to my dome garden. This is a beautiful spring color bloom that the deer and rabbit have never touched.
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More Spring Color on My Website
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Stop and Smell some SPOT ON Flowers! This weeks feature includes a Spring Vlog originally from Instagram TV. Check out the new ‘Spot On’ Pulmonaria
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Happy Spring Gardening,