A multi-flowered daffodil that bears 2-6 deliciously fragrant blossoms per stem. Petals are white, the tiny cups orange. An old-time favorite that also performs well in the South.
Like all tazetta daffodils, Geranium has relatively small flowers, but it produces a lot of them. Every stem sports as many as 6 brightly colored, fragrant, one-inch flowers, and each bulb produces several stems.
About a century ago this type of daffodil was very popular in Holland, and many different varieties were grown. Unfortunately most of them were lost in severe winters. Only the strongest survived, and Geranium is one of them. Still, it is wise to give this variety a little bit of mulch where winters are very cold.
|2013 Catalog:||Page 104|
|Density:||4-5 per sq. ft.|
|Western Zone:||to 10|
|per 25:||$ 20.00|
|per 100:||$ 55.00|
|per 1000:||$ 480.00|