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Fragrant

Many daffodils offer scent as well as beauty. This unseen dimension makes them especially desirable as cut flowers. Even the fragrant miniatures can be cut, so long as you have a tiny vase to hold them.

Gardeners in cold climates should pay close attention to the descriptions and the hardiness Zones provided for these daffodils. Some are unable to survive winter in New England, the Midwest or the Rockies. If you are unsure of your Zone, you can find it here. And if you need additional guidance, please don’t hesitate to call or write to us.

Note: Degree and quality of scent is in the nose of the beholder. What is weak to one person may be overwhelming to another. What makes your friend sigh with delight may cause you to grimace. In addition, fragrance outdoors—and even indoors—can be affected quite dramatically by temperature and wind or air currents. Eight out of 10 people find the scent of the daffodils on this page irresistible 75% of the time. We hope and expect you (or your clients) will be among them.

Many daffodils offer scent as well as beauty. This unseen dimension makes them especially desirable as cut flowers. Even the fragrant miniatures can be cut, so long as you have a tiny vase to hold them.

Gardeners in cold climates should pay close attention to the descriptions and the hardiness Zones provided for these daffodils. Some are unable to survive winter in New England, the Midwest or the Rockies. If you are unsure of your Zone, you can find it here. And if you need additional guidance, please don’t hesitate to call or write to us.

Note: Degree and quality of scent is in the nose of the beholder. What is weak to one person may be overwhelming to another. What makes your friend sigh with delight may cause you to grimace. In addition, fragrance outdoors—and even indoors—can be affected quite dramatically by temperature and wind or air currents. Eight out of 10 people find the scent of the daffodils on this page irresistible 75% of the time. We hope and expect you (or your clients) will be among them.