Sunday, May 5, 2013
But nothing beats the bright, happy yellow of the traditional daffodil.
This white daffodil is playing host to a distinctively marked crab spider.
Daffodils will last for years but they will stop blooming properly is they get overcrowded. Dividing them every 3-5 years keeps them happy. A feeding of bulb fertilizer when replanting the bulbs will make them flower even better. Most daffodils are scented, with the double frilly ones having excellent fragrance.