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Daffodil 'February Gold'

Narcissus (6 Cyclamineus Group) 'February Gold'

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Full Sun
Easy care
Light watering
Frost Hardy

H6

RHS hardiness

-20°C

Minimum temperature

Expected size

Height
Spread

30cm

Max

10cm

10cm

Min

5cm

2 years to reach maturity

Flowering

  • spring
  • summer
  • autumn
  • winter

This plant has a mild fragrance

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Daffodil 'February Gold' Overview

Daffodil 'February Gold' (6 Cyclamineus Group) is an early spring flowering perennial bulb that produces trumpet-shaped, single, long-lasting, golden-yellow flowers and has been award a Royal Horticultural Society Award of Garden Merit. Preferring a sunny location or light shade with well-drained soil, these easy to grow bulbs need to be planted in autumn. Dig a hole 1& a half to two times the bulbs own length and plant the bulb pointed end up. Deadhead as the flower begins to fade and leave the leaves to die back naturally as this helps fatten the bulb for next year. If growing in a vegetable garden or allotment, clearly label as daffodil bulbs can be mistaken for onions with fatal results. Narcissus 'February Gold' is in the Cyclamineus (6) Horticultural Group, which are commonly known as miniature daffodils. These plants produce solitary, small flowers with backwards bending petals, termed reflexed and long inner parts. These plant typically grows to 20cm in height and the flowers have creamy white outer petals and a bright yellow inner cup structure, termed a corona.

Common problems with Daffodil 'February Gold'

How to harvest Daffodil 'February Gold'

Cut flowers for floral arrangements as required.

How to propagate Daffodil 'February Gold'

Seed

Fresh seed in late autumn or summer.

Division

Separate offsets as the leaves fade in early summer.

Special features of Daffodil 'February Gold'

Attractive flowers

Attracts useful insects

Pot plant

Can be included in mixed plantings or group together for stunning displays.

Other uses of Daffodil 'February Gold'

Daffodils suit being grown in containers or beds/borders of all garden styles, They can also be included in cut flowers patches of kitchen gardens.