Daffodil Double Cheerfulness

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This heirloom treasure features clusters of intensely fragrant, creamy white flowers on long stems. Cheerfulness is among the last daffodils to bloom each spring, and its heat tolerance makes it a good choice for warmer zones. Lovely in the garden and ideal for bouquets.

  • Deer Won't Eat
  • Fragrant
  • RHS Award of Garden Merit
10 bulbs
$10.25
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Daffodil Double Cheerfulness

Item#:
10000299
Genus:
Narcissus
Scientific Name:
Narcissus
Common Name:
Daffodil
Class:
Double
Variety:
Cheerfulness
Plant Type:
Bulb
Origin:
United Kingdom
Light:
Sun to Part Shade
Size/Grade:
10/12cm
Hardiness Zones:
3 through 8 Find Your Zone
Suitable Zones:
3 through 8
Ships:
Fall
When to Plant:
Fall
Bloom Time:
Mid to Late Spring
Planting Depth:
Plant 6 inches deep
Spacing:
6 inches
Height:
Grows 14-16 inches tall
Count:
10 bulbs

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  • 5
    Sweetest little cheer

    Posted by Amy on May 2nd 2022

    These bloomed later than my other daffodils, making them all the more cheerful. With smaller blooms, they were like soft, buttery beacons extending the springtime welcome. Love them!

  • 5
    Cheerfulness and Tet...

    Posted by Mia N. on Jun 15th 2017

    Cheerfulness and Tete a tete are two of my favorite spring bloomers from Longfield. We live in zone 9a so daffs and narcissus are difficult to grow here. These 2 varieties don't mind our zone and thrive in it. We plants a dozen bulbs of each 2 years ago. They are already naturalizing and taking over the garden bed. As a bonus, they pop up around New Year's. Their blooms stay beautiful for several weeks in our mild winters (which are other gardener's spring). It's not unusual to have Cheerfulness and Tete a tete blooming for 2-3 months in the spring.