337 daffodils Outdoor Design Photos

Statile & Todd
3 Reviews
Serpentine Woodland Wall amongst daffodils
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The freestanding stone wall sits within a woodland garden. In the spring, masses of daffodils carpet the woodland area.
dwarf daffodils for rock gardens; and larger daffodils and checkered lily (fritillaria meleagris) for fields and woodland settings.
to plant now include anemones, daffodils, grape hyacinth, ranunculus, scilla, some species of tulips, freesia, Ixia, Sparaxis and Watsonia.
I love daffodils! Such a bright burst of color!
Daffodils are a perfect bulb to grow under
Need to plant daffodils in the fall
grape hyacinth, species tulips and 'tete-a-tete' dwarf daffodils for rock gardens; and larger daffodils and checkered lily (fritillaria meleagris) for fields and woodland settings.
Bulbs for California. If you've seen the spring show at Daffodil Hill in the Gold Country, you know that fall-planted
“love daffodils” — tabarnes42
Laughlin Design Associates, Inc.
1 Review
Clayson
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Rivers of tulips and daffodils. I like the colors of this one, warm pink and red tulips with the yellow, orange, and white of the daffodils.
Deer don't like daffodils .... Mixing the tulips with them might be a GREAT Idea
Love the mix of daffodils and tulips
for dogs: daffodils and tulips is always welcome. But the bulbs are a source of toxins that can cause everything from drooling to convulsions and cardiac problems.
I love the mixture of daffodils and tulips!
A springtime display of daffodils and tulips is always welcome. But the bulbs are a source of toxins that can cause everything from drooling to convulsions and cardiac problems.
“Tulips!” — dede_pira
Natalie DeNormandie
11 Reviews
Spring at the front entry grass and bulb garden
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cover them with a few inches of soil. Add hyacinths or miniature daffodils that you also cover, then end with small bulbs like crocuses, species tulips, and grape hyacinths. In this photo, alliums are getting ready to bloom, while daffodils and hyacinths are going strong.
cover them with a few inches of soil. Add hyacinths or miniature daffodils that you also cover, then end with small bulbs like crocuses, species tulips, and grape hyacinths. In this photo, alliums are getting ready to bloom, while daffodils and hyacinths are going strong.
cover them with a few inches of soil. Add hyacinths or miniature daffodils that you also cover, then end with small bulbs like crocuses, species tulips, and grape hyacinths. In this photo, alliums are getting ready to bloom, while daffodils and hyacinths are going strong.
“Great tip - plant for a layered effect! 7. Plant for a layered effect. Create greater impact by usin” — Janelle Bosek
Statile & Todd
3 Reviews
Hillside of Daffodils
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hillside was once the orginal driveway to the home. A new driveway was installed and this became the pedestrian walkway to the home. Masses of daffodils carpet the space in the spring.
mix of white and yellow daffodils en masse
A natural approach works well for daffodils in particular
A natural approach works well for daffodils in particular and other plants like crocuses and fritillaries.
natural look of bulbs throughout yard - daffodils, crocuses, fritillaries
Daffodils - One of the most striking areas to plant bulbs to multiply freely in is beneath deciduous trees and along woodland paths. The bulbs will get ample
A natural approach works well for daffodils in particular and other plants like crocuses and fritillaries. The easiest way to achieve a natural look is simply to lightly toss the bulbs throughout
“view” — fathemeh
Wood Landscape Services, Ltd.
Miscelaneous Projects
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Daffodil lining path
Daffodils line waving stone parh
redbud tree and daffodils
Daffodils lining path.
“path and redbud” — James Washington
CYAN Horticulture
5 Reviews
Narcissus bulbocodium.jpg
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Pettitcoat daffodil, UBC Botanical Garden photo credit: Dave Demers, principal at CYAN Horticulture
like this petticoat daffodil (Narcissus bulbocodium, zones 6 to 8), those with smaller stature and flowers. They are usually longer lived and will not overpower the surrounding”
Bulbs scattered here and there. Deer do not eat daffodils. I have 5/6 varieties now.
cultivated varieties, like this petticoat daffodil (Narcissus bulbocodium, zones 6 to 8), those with smaller stature and flowers. They are usually longer lived and will not overpower the surrounding alpine plants.
Bulbs scattered here and there. Deer do not eat daffodils.
the rock garden — the well-drained soil suits them perfectly. We should focus on the wilder cousins of the cultivated varieties, like this petticoat daffodil (Narcissus bulbocodium, zones 6 to 8), those with smaller stature and flowers. They are usually longer lived and will not overpower the surrounding
“Bulbs reign in the rock garden — the well-drained soil suits them perfectly. We should focus on th” — katpur24
Designing Nature Inc.
3 Reviews
Mill Run
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vinca and daffodils
Vinca minor and daffodils
White daffodils
“These flowers are pretty.” — lake_runner
Jocelyn H. Chilvers
2 Reviews
daffodil (Narcissi spp)
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daffodil flower photo by Jocelyn H. Chilvers
Seem to do good in Colorado daffodil flowers. Check out Jocelyn H. Chilvers does landscaping in Colorado was on Houzz look at flowers that does well there.
daffodil full sun 3 18" tall
Buy spring-flowering bulbs. Tulips, daffodils, hyacinth and more are all available for purchase now. Shop your local independent garden center for large, premium bulbs. Although they may be more expensive, bigger bulbs are usually better — they pack bigger flower buds and more nutrients for growing
Daffodil, narcissus(Narcissus)USDA zones: 3 to 9, depending on speciesBloom period: Late winter through early springHeight: 3 to 18 inchesHow to plant: Twice
“Daffodils.” — almostjane
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