Monday, November 10, 2014
Wondering which daffodils will succeed in your garden?
Will 'Barrett Browning' thrive in your county?
It's more than knowing a daffodil will bloom in "USDA zone 7", when zone 7 gardens can be found in the arid Sierra Nevada foothills, or in swampy Washington, D.C.
Luckily, a past president of the American Daffodil Society wrote an article on regional daffodil favorites.
Click to read Mary Lou Gripshover's advice about "Daffodils: Regional Proven Performers" in the American Horticultural Society's magazine, The American Gardener.
You'll find her suggestions for the Pacific Northwest, Southern California/South, the Upper Midwest/Mountain States, and the Mid-Atlantic.
As well, she recommends bulb companies and bulb books.
To read more in-depth articles like this, join the non-profit American Horticultural Society and receive the members-only magazine, The American Gardener.