Ms. Elizabeth Barrett Browning was a romantic poet born in 1806. She is the author of many well loved sonnets and poems, including, “How do I Love Thee?”. Impressive! Let me count the ways to love this one: Sturdy, early bloomer, great cut, American Daffodil Society Winner, reliably perennial (will return and spread every year). If that’s not enough, she boasts a showy small orange cup slightly frilled surrounded by glistening white overlapping petals. 4” blooms.
Awesome for coaxing. See our collections which include vessel.
Daffodils (Narcissus) grow in zones 4-10 and easily establish in your garden to return every Spring. Plant daffodils about 6” deep in full sun to partial shade (in warmer climates). Growing and coaxing instructions included.
Small Cupped. Early/Mid. 14” stems. Large 15 cm bulb. Easy coaxer for early indoor blooms.
Contains 12 bulbs.