Middlesex Conservation District

Middlesex Conservation District


Tulips | Daffodils | Specialty Bulbs/Iris| Perennials | Supplies | Fall 2018 Order Form | Fall 2018 Catalog


Daffodils and narcissus prefer a well drained, sunny site and slightly acidic soil. Plant the bulbs so that the top of the bulb is at least two times as deep as the bulb is high (ie the top of a 2″ diameter bulb should be 4″ under the surface). Use a fertilizer formulated for bulbs such as Holland Bulb Booster. These bulbs are generally critter resistant and so are the safest choice for areas with deer and squirrels. Remember to leave the foliage after blooming until it yellows and dies back!

Legend:  E  = Early       M = Mid-Season      L = Late Bloomer

Narcissus Dutch Master            M
Classic solid yellow, large flowered trumpet type, 18″.  Extra large bag for landscaping. 28/$18

Narcissus Naturalizing Mix (height/season varies)
Blend of varieties and colors for long term establishment in the garden. 15/$15 

narcissus pink mix

Narcissus Pink Mix (height/season varies)
Collection of all pink types, these will have the best color in some shade. 20/$18

Narcissus Golden Bells   E
Very unusual variety, 6”-8”, bell shaped flowers resemble little hoop petticoats. 10/$9 

Narcissus Ice Follies    M
Large white petals, yellow cup, 20”.  14/$10 

Narcissus Minnow     E
Early flowering dwarf variety 8” tall, white petals with little yellow cups. Great for rock gardens, nooks and crannies. 10/$10  

Narcissus Sempre Avanti    E/M
White petals with yellow orange cup edged with coral, 14”-16”.  

Narcissus Tete a Tete    E
Prolific early bloomer 6”-8” tall, yellow petals with a darker yellow cup. 10/$9 

Narcissus Thalia     E/M
Fragrant pure white heirloom variety, 16”-18”, great for naturalizing. 10/$9


Narcissus Yellow Cheerfulness    M

Fragrant double yellow variety, 14”-16”. 8/$9