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Daffodil Blend The Gold Shoulder - Colorblends.com

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  • Title:  Daffodil Blend The Gold Shoulder - Colorblends.com
  • Description:  Colorblends' Daffodil Blend The Gold Shoulder is just the ticket for low-maintenance color in early spring. Featuring two tough dependable daffodils, the blend is suited to naturalizing in sunny spots with well-drained soil. Planted in clusters or en masse along roadsides and other sites where the bulbs can be left undisturbed after bloom, these daffs often come back to bloom, year after year. All daffodils are deer and rodent proof -- animals will not eat them. Colorblends is a Connecticut-based flower bulb wholesaler that sells direct to landscape professionals and home gardeners coast-to-coast. See Colorblends.com or call 1-888-847-8637.
  • Filename:  Colorblends_Daffodil_Blend_The_Gold_Shoulder_6706.jpg
  • Copyright:  Copyright-free for editorial and educational use. All other rights, especially commercial rights reserved by Schipper & Company
  • Filesize:  3.15MB
  • Pixels:  4288x2848
  • Please Credit:  Colorblends.com
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