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Muscari & Tete a Tete Dwarf Daffodil Bulbs  - Big Mix (180 bulbs) by Jamieson Brothers®

Muscari & Tete a Tete Dwarf Daffodil Bulbs - Big Mix (180 bulbs) by Jamieson Brothers®

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Muscari & Tete a Tete Dwarf Daffodil Bulbs - Big Mix (180 bulbs) by Jamieson Brothers®

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Muscari Bulbs & Tete a Tete Dwarf Daffodil Bulbs - Big Mix 180 bulbs

Jamieson Brothers® Muscari Bulbs - Blue Blends (80 bulbs) and  Jamieson Brothers® Tete a Tete Dwarf Daffodils (100 bulbs)

Working alongside our supplier we have brought you the very best bulbs available for your gardening enjoyment.</p><p> One of the best and most commonly used naturalising bulbs for spring is Muscari. Muscari are very easy to grow, they look excellent in  rockeries, borders or in  flowerbeds, while also being perfect for patio pots and containers if space in the garden is limited. Muscari bulbs can be mixed alongside other spring flowered favourites.

Plant August - December

As with most plants, giving your spring bulbs  a good start at planting time will give you the best display. If your soil is compacted break it up with a garden fork and work in plenty of organic matter such as well-rotted manure or compost.
Daffodils like a moist but free draining soil. Choose a sunny or semi-shaded spot which receives at least 3 hours of sun per day, daffodils won't flower in heavy shade.
If flowering is poor you can top-dress the soil around your daffodils with a slow-release bulb fertiliser each spring. Simply sprinkle the fertiliser around the soil at the base of the leaves. Plant your daffodil bulbs with the pointed end facing upwards at a depth of about 10cm (4in). Deep planting is important to prevent the bulbs dividing and producing lots of small bulbs which won't flower. Space them about two bulb-widths apart.

CAUTION: Ornamental bulbs are not edible and can be a skin irritant.

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