Planting & Growing Instructions
Plant at least 10cm deep in the autumn. Space as desired or plant in clumps for a cluster display. Daffodils prefer a spot well sheltered from the wind, preferably with plenty of access to sun.
Best planted in well drained, fertile soil. Keep soil moist during the growing season and allow the leaves to die back naturally before deadheading. They can be lifted and moved once the foliage has died off or they can be left to naturalise when planted in grass or under trees, where they can be left undisturbed for years.
Delightful miniature daffodils that will brighten even the dullest of spring days. The radiant yellow flowers of dwarf Narcissus ‘Tête á Tête’ are produced freely and reach only 15cm (6″) in height. Undemanding and easy to grow, they are ideal for borders, rockeries and containers for a sunny windowsill; or grow them in bold drifts naturalised in grass. The neat clusters of yellow trumpets make these narcissus flowers excellent for cutting. Height: 15cm (6″). Spread: 8cm (3″).