Daffodil Double Delnashaugh
- Scientific Name:
- Common Name:
- Plant Type:
- Sun to Part Shade
- Hardiness Zones:
- 3 through 8 Find Your Zone
- Suitable Zones:
- 3 through 8
- When to Plant:
- Bloom Time:
- Mid to Late Spring
- Planting Depth:
- Plant 6" deep
- Space 6" apart
- Grows 16-18" tall
- 10 bulbs
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Just beautiful. Long lasting, big, Beautiful petals I have neighbors stopping by just to tell me how beautiful they are.
I hate to say this because I want to keep them all for myself, but I love everything about this flower. It's a great start to spring. They lasted about three weeks and through some really rough weather. The color is gorgeous!
The blooms of Delnashaugh were much bigger than expected, and since I staggered the planting, they've been coming up since early March. I put them in pots and the shallower the planting, the sooner they came up. The salmon pink coloring was very striking
How beautiful and long-lasting...the envy of the neighborhood. I've recommended and will order more for next year!
Vibrant peachy center in creamy white petals, one of the first to bloom in early April, with volatile cold in Missouri. Lasted a long time in the planting bed, and as cut flowers on the dining table inside. I hope it will pop up again next Spring
Beautiful! Kept color in my flower beds
Very pretty flowers. The only reason I am not giving them 5 stars is because the flowers seemed to heavy for the stems and never fully faced forward. Luckily, I planted them at the top of a hill so I was able to look up and see the flowers from the bottom. Otherwise, I fear I may have been let down.
Beautiful in my pots!
Narcissus Delnashaugh was by far my favorite of several varities I ordered last fall. It is tall, strong, foreward facing and perfect as a cut flower. It also plays well with others though is a knockout on it's own. It will be the first I purchase this fall. The only problem I have is not knowing how to pronounce it when freinds ask it's name. I'm guesssing it is gaelic so any attempt to say it would surely fail!