Daffodil Dutch Master

One of the most popular spring flowers is the Daffodil Dutch Master. With its bright yellow trumpet, the daffodil shows its face in early spring. The colourful faces bloom while all other plants and trees are still faded and don’t show the sparkle of life yet. The daffodil Dutch Master is known for its great vigour and superb performance. The cheerful mid-spring flower comes back every year to put a smile on your face.

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Excellent spring flower

Daffodils are early bloomers; this means they need to be planted in autumn. Daffodil Dutch Masters grow best in groups and naturalize easily.

  • Daffodils need to be planted 6” (15 cm) apart from each bulb.
  • Plant six bulbs per square foot to get the best visual result in lawns, borders, or along paths.
  • Plant Daffodil Dutch Masters about 6” (15 cm) deep.
  • The flower grows up to 18” (45 cm) high.

This makes the Daffodil Dutch Master the master among daffodils. Dutch Masters reach high above all other early flowering plants. This makes the Dutch Master a beloved Spring flower.

Where to plant Dutch Masters

Dutch Masters grow everywhere but adore well-drained, average, medium moisture soil. Place daffodil bulbs in a sunny or half-sunny spot on the border, lawn or yard. It is important to keep the soil moist during the growing season. Reduce watering after foliage begins to die back. This means the daffodil has trouble with drainage.

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