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Growing Peruvian Daffodils: How To Grow Peruvian Daffodil Plants

By Ilana Goldowitz Jimenez, Plant Scientist & Writer

Looking for something different in your garden? The Peruvian daffodil is a lovely perennial bulb that produces white-petaled flowers with pale green to yellow interior markings. You can learn more about this interesting plant in this article.

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Old-Fashioned Daffodils

Due to their popularity, hybrid daffodil varieties now come in a wide range of size, colors, and shapes. With the creation of literally thousands of hybrids and a dynamic grower following, it is easy to see why daffodils remain to be one of the most easily identified flowering plants today. Although plant breeding has made for the creation of truly beautiful cultivars, there are many heirloom daffodil varieties that are also worthy of praise and admiration.

The naturalizing habit and strong fragrance of these old-fashioned daffodils have made them a favorite springtime flower for decades. Here are some great heirloom daffodil varieties well worth planting in your garden:

  • ‘Campernelle’
  • ‘Golden Spur’
  • ‘Grand Primo’
  • ‘Early Louisiana Jonquil’
  • ‘Maximus Trumpet Major’
  • ‘Moschatus’
  • ‘Pheasant’s Eye’
  • ‘Twin Sisters’
  • ‘Van Sion’

Caring for Daffodils Conclusion

Daffodils are a perfect low maintenance addition to your spring garden. With proper care, they can thrive for years to come.

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