Baby Moon Daffodil
|USDA Hardiness Zone
|Canadian Hardiness Zone
|-40 - 35
|May be used in beds and borders as a cut flower, specimen plant or focal point.
|Well drained, good garden soil in full sun to partial shade. Dead heading after bloom will encourage strong plants. About every five years or as the number of blooms decrease lift clumps with a fork after the foliage has withered. Pull the bulbs apart and detach any offsets, replant bulbs three times their own depth and depending on plant size 3-10 cm apart.
|Narcissus bulb fly, narcissus nematode, bulb scale mite, slugs, narcissus basal rot, other fungal infections, narcissus yellow stripe virus, and other viruses.
|Divide offsets when foliage has yellowed and ripened in mid-summer.