Potted Miniature Daffodil Bulbs - Narcissus 'Tete a Tete' - British Grown

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Scientific Name
Narcissus cyclamineus (Cyclamen-like Narcissus/daffodil plant) 'Tete a Tete'

A perennial golden-yellow miniature daffodil with deciduous foliage.
Hardy through most of the UK down to -20°C.
Flower: tufted growth

Common Name(s)
Dwarf Daffodil, Tete a Tete Daffodil

This native British cultivar was introduced in 1949.

One of the most popular varieties of dwarf daffodil, these blooms are a sure sign of spring with their bright golden-yellow flowers. If you have limited room, you can still fill your outdoor space with dancing daffodils! These flowers sit on stems only 15-30cm in height, and can grow two flowers from each stem. This variety has been given the RHS Award of Garden Merit, and is sure to bring delight to your garden as it flowers year after year.

Months of Interest
Can flower February - April

Pruning Tips
Don't prune after flowering, as this period is important to help the plant replenish its food reserves. Deadheading faded flowers is fine though!

Wildlife Value
Can provide nectar and pollen for bees, butterflies and other pollinating insects.

Dappled shade to full sun is best for these golden blooms

Moist soil is ideal; make sure they are not sat somewhere boggy or in a puddle, and they shouldn't need watering unless there is a drought.

Can grow in multiple types of soil, as long as it is moist and well-drained!

A liquid feed will be beneficial in poor soil; the best time is while the leaves are still green.

No, this plant is toxic to cats, dogs, horses and humans, so no nibbling!

Sprouts Top Tips
These are our top pick for limited spaces! They can grow in smaller patches of grass and in pots. If you're keeping them in a pot, make sure to add nutrients or fresh compost every year or so; these daffs will appreciate a nutrient boost in early spring while they are growing.



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