Daffodil - Cyclamineus - February Gold
The Daffodil 'February Gold', 'Narcissi cyclamineus', a fall planted bulb, is a mainstay in the early spring garden. It is beautiful and robust, with a golden yellow trumpet bloom frilled on the edge. February Gold is a good naturalizer. The blossoms last up to 4 weeks and appear in very early spring. They are great for mass plantings, containers, and borders.
February Gold bulbs, once planted, can remain in the ground for many years. They will multiply and produce the most abundant flowering results in the 2nd and 3rd year. If necessary, very large clumps of bulbs can be lifted as soon as the leaves wither and can then be divided and replanted as soon as possible. After flowering, let the leaves yellow before cutting them back. The plants are deer, rabbit, and squirrel resistant.
|Family||Narcissi cyclamineus 'February Gold'|
|Mature Height||12 - 14 inches|
|Moisture||Average, Well Drained|
|Mature Form||Upright, Spikes|
|Sun Exposure||Full Sun - Partial Sun|
|Bulb Spacing||4 - 6 inches|