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Daffodil (or Narcissus) is one of the easiest perennials to grow in spring from bulbs. The plant grows around 16 inches in height. The flowers range in colors from yellow, white, orange, red, and pink. It has five or six linear leaves that grow from the bulbs and a trumpet-shaped central corona. Daffodil plants grow in winters in North India.

What does Daffodil Symbolize?

Daffodils are the one the first blooming flowers in spring and indicate that winter is over. These plants symbolize new birth and new beginnings. These flowers are also a symbolism of joy, happiness, and cheerfulness.

How to Grow Daffodils?

Daffodils can be grown from bulbs. Get some healthy bulbs. Dig a hole in the ground and place the bulb inside the hole. Plant the pointed side upwards and flat bottom downwards. The bulb should be placed two inches deep the ground to its size. If your bulb is 3 inches in length, plant it 5 inches deep in the ground. Cover the bulb with soil and water it thoroughly. For the next three weeks, water the bulbs once every week. Cover the soil with a layer of mulch to retain moisture. The best time to plant daffodil bulbs is from September to late November.

Caring for Daffodils


Daffodils should be planted in a sunny spot where the plant gets 6 hours of sunlight every day. If grown in partial shade, the plant will grow well but it won’t bloom.


Like most bulbs, daffodils prefer well-drained soil as they are prone to rotting.


The daffodil plant needs to be watered regularly in spring and fall. Once the blooms are past and foliage becomes to turns brown, stop watering your plant.


No spring garden is complete without daffodils. Grow daffodils in your garden this season and do share your experience below!

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