Growing Daffodils – your Complete Guide
Daffodils are known as popular spring-blooming flowers in the UK. Many people think of them as one of the indications that spring and the warmer weather is arriving. If you have any outdoor space at all, it should not be difficult for you to grow beautiful cheery daffodils very successfully.
Daffodils do not take a lot of hard work to grow or to look after. They can be planted in most places and will begin to bloom once the weather starts to get warmer. This is usually around March-April but has been as early as January when the weather is particularly warm!
Daffodils should be kept in well-drained soil but will also need some moisture. They will usually prefer slightly acidic soil but there are many different varieties and some will prefer alkaline, so be sure to check before purchasing your bulbs. Once they have been planted, just wait for the warm weather ad for your beautiful flowers to start growing.