Avalanche Daffodils (Narcissus ‘Avalanche’)

Avalanche Daffodils

Huge drifts of butter yellow cups and creamy white saucers, one stem of Avalanche Daffodil (Narcissus ‘Avalanche’) is a bouquet by itself! Featuring multiple tiny blossoms forming a dome of cheerful blooms on each stem, Avalanche is a delightful garden addition! The handsome clumps of bright green sword-like leaves are among the first to emerge after the snows recede!

Blooming a bit later in the spring to extend your enjoyment of spring ephemerals, Avalanche forms several stems of sweetly scented! The darling little cups and their frilly skirts are the perfect landing pads for pollinators to land on, grateful for the early food source!

Also known as Narcissus or Jonquils, these spring-flowering perennial bulbs are tough, cold-hardy, and perfect for both the new and experienced gardener! Versatile use and compact size, they’re perfect for planters and containers, forced indoors for winter décor, romantic floral bouquets and delightful spring landscape color!

Planting and Application:

Darling spring color, plant these bulbs among perennials and shrubs. Blooming in profusion, pop groupings of Avalanche throughout perennial and cottage borders, pollinator and cutting gardens for bursts of color! Or use long rows as glorious edging! Don’t worry about competition because Daffodil roots are polite and won’t overcrowd.

Daffodils are extremely low-maintenance, these are plant-and-go style bulbs perfect for the lazy gardener! Sized for mixed-planters on porch or patio, specimen plantings when grouped in a special urn, or in decorative pots for forcing indoors. They’re delightful gifts and decorations, and easily create an entire bouquet from just a couple of stems!

  • Clusters of Tiny Butter-Yellow & White Blossoms
  • Dozens of Blooms Per Stem
  • Clumping Low-Maintenance Green Foliage
  • Fall-Planted, Early Spring-Flowering Perennial
  • Early Spring Color, Beds & Borders, Containers & Cut Flowers

Tips for Care:

Daffodil bulbs are easy to care for! Plant 6-8 inches deep at least 3-inches apart with the pointed end facing upward. They must have well-drained soil and lots of sunshine all growing season. In colder zones, plant deeper and mulch well so they can survive the winter. Add bulb fertilizer to each hole for best results.

  • Full Sun or Partial Shade
  • Moderately Moist Well-Drained Soil
  • Deadhead After Bloom, Prune to Ground When Leaves Yellow
  • Very Cold Hardy
  • Deer & Roden Resistant

Avalanche Daffodils (Narcissus ‘Avalanche’) Details

Common name Avalanche Daffodils
Botanical name Narcissus 'Avalanche'
Plant type Perennial
Hardiness zone 3-8
Growth rate Fast
Height 1 - 2 ft.
Width 2 - 3 ft.
Sunlight Full Sun, Partial Shade
Moisture Medium
Soil condition Well Drained Soil
Pollinator-friendly No
Pruning time After Foliage Yellows
Flower color Yellow and white