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Daffodils - Narcissus February Gold - Colorblends.com

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  • Title:  Daffodils - Narcissus February Gold - Colorblends.com
  • Description:  Narcissus 'February Gold' is one of the earliest blooming and longest lasting of all daffodils. The bright yellow flowers have recurved petals and prominent slender cups. Only 12 inches tall, 'February Gold' is among the very best daffodils for naturalizing and a good performer, even in the Deep South. Deer and rodents leave daffodils alone because they contain a bitter toxic alkaloid called lycorine. All daffodils are deer and rodent proof. Colorblends is a wholesale resource for top-quality flower bulbs.The Connecticut-based firm sells direct to land care professionals and home gardeners coast-to-coast. See Colorblends.com or call 1-888-847-8637.
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  • Copyright:  Copyright-free for editorial and educational use. All other rights, especially commercial rights reserved by Schipper & Company U.S.A. Inc.. Please credit Colorblends.com.
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