Flowering and growth height
4 - 8 inch
Plant depth
4 - 4.7 inch
Planting distance
4 - 4.7 inch
Attracting bees and butterflies
No
Suitable for pots and planters
Yes
Deer and rodent resistant
Yes
Scented
No
Suitable as cut flower
No

This unique daffodil 'Rip van Winkle' is characterised by its double, golden yellow flowers that look like small, bright pompons. Its compact growth and bushy shape make it an ideal plant for gardens and balconies. With a height of about 15-20 cm, it is perfect for rock gardens, lawn edges or flower beds. Its long flowering period ensures that this daffodil is a real eye-catcher that will give pleasure for weeks. Let yourself be enchanted by the beauty and charm of the 'Rip van Winkle' daffodil and bring a piece of sunshine into your garden.

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Delivered as Flower bulb or tuber
Per package 10
Plant depth 4 - 4.7 inch
Planting distance 4 - 4.7 inch
Scented No
Type of bulb Double
Flowering period April
Bulb type Narcissus
Hardy Yes
Flowering and growth height 4 - 8 inch
Flower color Yellow
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 Yes
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.