Flowering and growth height
12 - 16 inch
Plant depth
4 - 4.7 inch
Planting distance
4 - 4.7 inch
Attracting bees and butterflies
No
Suitable for pots and planters
No
Deer and rodent resistant
Yes
Scented
Yes
Suitable as cut flower
No

The daffodil Kapiti Peach® is a beautiful delicate spring flower loved by garden lovers all over the world. The petals are bright white with attractive orange-yellow cups, adding a refreshing and romantic atmosphere to any garden. One of the most popular varieties in the daffodil family, Kapiti Peach® is known for its long flowering period and excellent resistance to a variety of weather conditions. This hardy flower does best in well-drained soil and full sun, but is also well adapted to shady locations.

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Bulb/tuber size 14/16
Delivered as Flower bulb or tuber
Number per m2 60
Per package 10
Plant depth 4 - 4.7 inch
Planting distance 4 - 4.7 inch
Scented Yes
Type of bulb Tazetta
Flowering period April
Hardy Yes
Flowering and growth height 12 - 16 inch
Flower color White
Place / Planting position Partial shade, Sun
Hardiness zone 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
Naturalizing Yes
Attracting bees and butterflies No
Suitable for pots and planters No
Suitable as cut flower No
Deer and rodent resistant Yes

Other information

  • First loosen the soil well where the daffodil bulbs will be planted. Then the soil is easier to work with.
  • Dig a hole and make sure it is 2 to 3 times as deep as the height of the bulbs.
  • For the distance between the bulbs, make sure it is 2 times the diameter of the bulbs.
  • Plant the flower bulbs in the hole with the pointed side facing up or with the root base facing down.
  • Cover the daffodil bulbs with soil and water them well.

United States and Canada
Pre-orders can be placed until the first week of August, which will be shipped in the first half of September and delivered in October.

Switserland
Pre-orders can be placed until the end of August, which will be shipped in the first half of September.