Hardy to Zone 3
Daffodils are easy to grow, thrive in full sun or filtered shade, and very well-drained soil. Plant daffodils in a border where emerging perennial foliage or spring-planted annuals will hide their ripening leaves. Plant daffodils several weeks before soil freeze-up to allow them to root in. Plant the bulbs 6"-8" deep, 4"-6" apart in groups of at least five bulbs. The closer spacing will make the best display in the first years, but you may need to divide them sooner. Divide after blooming if necessary: replant immediately and water well. The Latin name for daffodils is Narcissus, and both names are used interchangeably. All narcissus that we carry are hardy to zone 3, with protection, except for 'Paperwhites' which are grown as an indoor plant.