Dutch Master Daffodil

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The Dutch Master daffodil is very similar to the King Alfred, the traditional yellow daffodil that you see all over. Learn how to identify springtime flowers in bloom from a sustainable gardener in this free video. View Video Transcript

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Yolanda Vanveen

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Hi this is Yoland Vanveen from vanveenbulbs.com. In this series we're talking about how to identify spring blooming flower bulbs. We buy the bulbs in the fall, we plant them, and when they come up we realize the tags lost, we have no idea what plant they are. So let's talk about the Dutch Master daffodil. Dutch Master is very similar to the King Alfred, the traditional yellow daffodil that you see all over where ever there was a old farm house there's always daffodils blooming all over the fields. They are just a beautiful strong daffodil that needs zero care. They're easy to identify. They're a tall daffodil, they get one to two feet tall, they have a center part, a cone that comes up, that's really ruffley, it's really pretty. And then the bottom petals are much just like a star, there's one, two, three, four, five, six of them, they're just beautiful And they bloom for quite a while, they were one of the first to bloom for me. And they bloom for one of the longest amounts of time, and they multiply probably quicker than any other daffodil as well. They do great in containers or the ground. And they're just a beautiful, beautiful daffodil. Next we'll talk about a pure white dainty daffodil called Talia.