Daffodil Thalia

With its pure white flowers, the Daffodil Thalia is something different. Daffodil Thalia is one of the few daffodils that open out pure white. Buy wholesale daffodil bulbs at De Vroomen. The fragrant white flowers, like snowflakes, look absolutely terrific in a field of grass. daffodil Thalia grows three to four flowers per stem. Each flower, sometimes with two or three heads at one stem, has a straight trumpet with slightly arched petals. The leaves are thinner than the leaves of common daffodils, like the Dutch Master. But this doesn’t mean these daffodils don’t deserve a place in the yard. Daffodil Thalia is the perfect small-garden daffodil.

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How to grow Daffodil Thalia

It’s not too difficult to grow a carpet full of white daffodils, like daffodil Thalia. Although the flowers may look grafile, they are tough enough to stand elegantly, even in the worst spring squalls. Here's how to grow daffodil Thalia:

  • Plant the bulbs in autumn or winter
  • Plant daffodil Thalia in cool, rich soil
  • The bulbs love a sunny (or half-sunny) spot
  • Plant the bulbs 5-6” (12-15 cm) deep
  • Keep about 4” (10 cm) distance between the bulbs
  • Plant daffodil Thalia in small groups for better visual impact

How does Daffodil Thalia look

Daffodils are winter-hardy plants, which means they can survive a frosty winter. Daffodil Thalia starts blooming from March/April and grows up to 14” (35 cm). Despite the fact the flower looks terrific, we should also name the lovely scent of this daffodil. The sweetly scented flowers smell like white blossoms and dance in the wind. These daffodils can handle a windy day. Daffodil Thalia naturalizes easily and is also suitable for flower pots and containers.

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