Planting Daffodil Bulbs In Fall

Planting daffodil bulbs in fall will result in drifts of colorful daffodil blooms the following spring.

These perennial bulbs will grow and multiply, returning to the garden year after year.

Daffodil varieties can have differences in flower shape, color, size, fragrance and bloom time.

Select a combination of early, mid and late-blooming varieties, to extend the daffodil season.

The bulbs can be planted either directly into the garden, or planted into a container for a more portable option.

Plant daffodil bulbs in a sunny location with well-drained soil, 6"deep, with the pointy side up.

Read our full article to find out more information on planting daffodil bulbs in fall!