What's a Daffodil?
Why are Daffodils Special?
As one of the first flowers to bloom in the spring, Daffodils signal an end to winter, and more importantly, a start to a flourishing garden. One of our favorite childhood memories is watching the cold, grey winter melt away and get replaced by bright yellow daffodils. It wasn't until recently that we discovered there was a whole WORLD of daffodil colors, varieties, and sizes.
Symbolism and Beauty
Daffodils are often associated with new beginnings and rebirth, which is easy to understand, as they are literally one of the first signs of life that Spring can offer.
One of the reasons that daffodils are so popular is their striking beauty. With trumpet-shaped petals and contrasting colors, daffodils are a sight to behold. Whether planted in clusters or as solitary blooms, they create a stunning display that can brighten up any space.
Easy to Grow and Care For
Daffodils are also a favorite of ours because they are so easy to grow successfully! They are hardy flowers that can adapt to various climates and soil conditions. They require minimal care and attention, making them an excellent choice for both experienced gardeners and beginners.
HHF Tip: We plant our Daffodils mixed in with our Tulips. Not only does it provide a stunning spring garden landscape, but it also keeps the deer away! Bambi, we love you, but please stop eating our flowers.
Not your Typical Daffodils
There are many different daffodil varieties and colors to choose from, each with its unique charm. Yellow, orange, pink, white, big, small, double, single... Oh My!
Here are some of our top picks:
Known for its large, bright yellow blooms, this is one of the most recognized daffodil varieties.
This miniature daffodil produces clusters of small ivory flowers and is perfect for borders or containers.
As the name suggests, Pink Charm daffodils feature soft pink petals, adding a touch of elegance to any garden.