Daffodils are wonderfully easy flowers! If you don’t know where to start, start with Daffodils. My 9th grade Algebra teacher loved daffodils so much and it started with one and ended up with too many varieties to count! Mount Hood or Mt. Hood Daffodils are stunning. Large white blooms are a standout in any garden. Within a few years, they will multiply and naturalize in your garden areas.
Furthermore, nothing eats the bulbs or the flowers so you can plant them anywhere and not have to worry about protecting them from deer or rabbits.
USDA Zones 3 – 8
Mid-season flowering (late March to early May)
Bloom Duration: 3-4 weeks
Deer, Rabbit, & Rodent Resistant Great for Naturalizing, Borders, Mass Plantings, and Rock Gardens 16” tall
Key Planting Tips
Plant in full sun, 6” inches deep with the tip pointing up. Space each bulb 6-12" apart. You can plant close to trees since they popup before most trees leaf out.