Robbins Farm Park Flower Bulb Plantings - 2015

Narcissus/daffodil "Cheerfulness"

Narcissus/daffodil "Cheerfulness"

There are other double daffodils, but for years, Cheerfulness has been No. 1. There's really nothing else quite like it. The petals are a creamy white, and the exquisitely doubled centers are a ruffled mix of cream and lemon, sometimes with a tinge of pink. To top it off, each stem branches into a bouquet of up to three flowers

Plant Cheerfulness in a spot where you'll enjoy it up close. Because its beauty and fragrance will make it your garden favorite.

  • LATE spring blooming
  • Returns year after year (naturalizes)
  • Plant in full sun to partial shade, in well drained soil
  • Height: 14-16 in., Depth: 6 in., Spacing: 4-6 in.
"Narcissus/daffodil "Trumpet Mix"

Narcissus/daffodil "Trumpet Mix"

Here's a great mixture of all the best color combos in Trumpet Daffodils. These are only slightly different from the 'Large Cupped' type, but with this group, they all have the long, famous trumpet center. Some other full-sized daffodils have flattened trumpets and other center designs.

  • MID spring blooming
  • Returns year after year (naturalizes)
  • Plant in full sun to partial shade, in well drained soil
  • Height: 14-20 in., Depth: 6 in., Spacing: 4-6 in.
"Narcissus/daffodil "Ice Follies"

Narcissus/daffodil "Ice Follies"

Very large, silvery white flowers with a wide lemon-yellow cup that turns ivory as the flowers mature. Ice Follies is one of the strongest-growing daffodils ever, and great for naturalizing, North and South.

  • EARLY spring blooming
  • Returns year after year (naturalizes)
  • Plant in full sun, in well drained soil
  • Height: 18 in., Depth: 6 in., Spacing: 4-5 per sq. ft.