All bulbs for fall 2016 are SOLD OUT. Order for NEXT fall in January.

WHY DAFFODILS? Daffodils are permanent, increase eagerly, and are wonderfully deer-and-rodent-proof.

DAFFODIL HISTORY — Daffodils grew in ancient Greece and in English gardens by the 1200s. For more, click here.

TIPS FOR SUCCESS — Daffodils are easy, but hardiness varies more than most sources admit. To learn more, click here.

Even Rarer Daffodils — Every year we get a handful of spectacular bulbs that are so rare we offer them Web-Only. For an alert the moment they go on sale, subscribe to our free, monthly email newsletter.
NORTHERN LIGHTS        Sampler

Got snow? If you garden in zones 4a-6b (or 4a-8b on the West Coast), this sampler of diverse, beautiful, time-tested WHITE daffodils is made for you. We’ll send you 3 bulbs each of 4 easy favorites – 3 ‘Beersheba’, 3 ‘Mary Copeland’, 3 pheasant’s eye, and 3 ‘Thalia’. All are easy to grow and sure to make your next spring lovelier than ever! Daffodil care.

For 6, 9, or more of each variety, order additional samplers.

COF-37 1/$28 2/$54 3/$76.50 4/$98.50 5/$121 SOLD OUT
SOUTHERN JONQUILS        Sampler

Jonquils and Southern gardens go together like biscuits and gravy. We’ll send you 4 of the best, all easy, fragrant, and cherished – 3 N. jonquilla ‘Early Louisiana’, 3 true ‘Campernelle’, 3 ‘Sweetness’, and 3 ‘Trevithian’. 12 bulbs total, for zones 6b-8b(10bWC). Daffodil care.

For 6, 9, or more of each variety, order additional samplers.

COF-14 1/$32 2/$61.50 3/$87.50 4/$113 5/$138 SOLD OUT
ALBUS PLENUS ODORATUS, 1601        
Snowy white, richly fragrant, and hardy to zone 3, double pheasant’s-eyes appear on almost every daffodil list from Clusius’s in 1601 to catalogs of the early 1900s. Although they can be erratic bloomers, in long, cool springs and well-watered soils they’re heavenly. N. poeticus ‘Plenus’, 4 W-W, 16-18”, zones 3a-6b(8bWC), from Holland. Chart and care.
DA-01 3/$10.25 5/$14.50 10/$27.50 25/$62.50 50/$116 SOLD OUT
ANNE FRANK, 1959        Rarest
Named for the girl whose indomitable spirit lives on in her immortal diary, this exceptionally rare double combines stainless white outer petals with a heart of deep, vibrant red-orange. It’s a dazzling daffodil – and a visual metaphor for Anne herself. 4 W-O, late-mid, 18-20”, zones 4-8a(10aWC), from Holland. Chart and care.
DA-952 3/$22.50 5/$35.50 10/$67 25/$152 50/$281 SOLD OUT
APRIL QUEEN, 1938        Rarest
Medieval troubadours sang of a frolicking April Queen who led young and old in a merry dance of spring. This brilliant beauty with its ruffled, flame-kissed cup dances for what seems like forever in the garden, lasting longer in bloom than any other daffodil we’ve ever grown. To the dance! 2 W-YYO, 16-18”, zones 5a-8a(10bWC), from Holland. Chart and care.
DA-980 5/$11 10/$20.50 25/$47.50 50/$88 100/$163 SOLD OUT
AVALANCHE, 1906        
If daffodils were athletes, ‘Avalanche’ would be wearing Olympic gold. Extra vigorous, with 15-20 fragrant blossoms per stem, it’s so tough it was discovered in 1906 clinging to a sea-cliff in the Scilly Isles where tazettas had been grown by the millions in the 19th century. Superb in zones 6b-9b(11bWC), it’s also easy to force on pebbles for a winter treat. 8 W-Y, 16-18”, from Holland. Chart and care.
DA-02 5/$13 10/$24.50 25/$56 50/$104 100/$193 SOLD OUT
BANTAM, 1950        New
This bright little RHS AGM-winner has been called “the best intermediate-sized daffodil for the garden.” If its flowers were any larger, its vivid yellow petals and sizzling orange-rimmed cup might be too much, but to us they seem just right – perky and full of life, like the spirited little roosters it’s named for. 2 Y-YOO, late blooming, 14-16”, zones 4a-8a(10aWC), from Holland. Chart and care.
DA-939 5/$11 10/$20.50 25/$47.50 50/$88 100/$163 SOLD OUT
BATH’S FLAME, 1913        Rarest
Once celebrated as a larger, improved ‘Conspicuus’, this rare beauty features velvety primrose petals and an orange-kissed cup. After a lifetime of farming daffodils – and breeding award-winning new ones – our friend Ron Scamp of Cornwall ranks it as one of his three favorite heirlooms. By Rev. Engleheart of Bath, father of ‘Beersheba’, ‘White Lady’, and other enduring classics, 3 Y-YYO, 16-18”, zones 5a-7b(9bWC), from Holland. Chart and care.
DA-74 3/$8.50 5/$13.50 10/$25.50 25/$57.50 50/$106 SOLD OUT
BEERSHEBA, 1923        
This immaculate classic with its slender trumpet is early-blooming, free-flowering, quick to increase, and a lovely, warm ivory. Introduced by the good Rev. Engleheart when he was in his 70s, it won high praise from Guy Wilson, the century’s greatest daffodil breeder, as “a flower of arresting beauty and outstanding purity.” 1 W-W, 14-16”, zones 4a-8a(10bWC), from Holland. Chart and care.
DA-04 5/$14.50 10/$27.50 25/$62.50 50/$116 100/$215 SOLD OUT
BRILLIANCY, 1906        Rarest
“This graceful beauty from the Arts-and-Crafts era has a special gift. Although many newer daffodils are much more “brilliant,” there’s something uncannily luminous about its sulphur-yellow petals and warm gold cup that will draw your eye from across the garden. It throws back its petals ever so slightly, too, as if to say exuberantly, “Ahhhh, spring!” 3 Y-YYO, 21-23”, zones 5a-8a(10aWC), from Holland. Chart and care.
DA-996 3/$9.50 5/$15 10/$28 25/$64 50/$119 SOLD OUT
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