Daffodils are easily our most popular Spring flower. They naturalize easily (come back every Spring). Some varieties can also be used for forcing indoors and many are easily naturalized in grass or in a woodland garden. They are excellent for cutting and displaying in a beautiful vase to be enjoyed indoors. Small species are great rock garden plants. In general, daffodils prefer a sunny spot in the garden, but can be planted under any kind of tree that loses its leaves in the fall. Daffodils are generally deer and rodent proof.
There are 12 different divisions of Daffodils and Narcissus, all with their own characteristics, of which you can find 9 listed below. You can browse on the divisions to see what makes them unique by clicking on the picture. For more information on growing Daffodils, see our August 2013 Newsletter, Daffodils, Harbingers of Spring.
Also check out our Growing Daffodils in the South page. See also our Daffodils by the Bushel for naturalizing large areas.