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Daffodil ‘Avalanche’

Daffodil ‘Avalanche’

Most Daffodils bear only one flower per stem, but not this one!

Once a bulb from Avalanche is established, each stem can produce 8 to 10 flowers, sometimes more, forming a small bouquet all by itself.

The flowers are small and white and feature a cheery yellow cup in the center and are quite fragrant.

Typically blooming early to mid season, they stand about 14-16” tall, growing best in full sun or part shade.

It is an old variety, being a favorite of Thomas Jefferson, though at that time it was known as ‘Seventeen Sisters’.

Hardy in zones 6-9.