How to Manage Pests
Pests in Gardens and Landscapes
Family Amaryllidaceae (Daffodil family)
Daffodils are perennial plants that grow
from bulbs. They bloom in late winter or spring into flowers that
have 6 outer petals and a cup-like or trumpet-like structure in
the center. Flowers may be white and yellow, orange, or pink. Daffodils
are grown in containers, borders, ground covers, or around shrubs.
Optimum conditions for growth
Daffodils require full sun while they are in bloom
and perform best when they receive some afternoon shade in hot
areas after the bloom period. Daffodils need regular water
during the growth and bloom period, but they do not need summer
water. For best results, plant bulbs in the fall.
Blossoms of Daffodil