Plant in fall and winter for dozens of flowers in March. A tiny, perennial jonquil perfect for pots to mix in veggie gardens to attract pollinators!
Out of stock
Bag of 25
Little jonquils are surely cute, but more than that they give a bang for the buck. This variety is reliably perennial in the South. It has multiple flowers per stalk, so you get a bouquet of flowers and it has little leaves. So, after the flowers start to fade, you don’t have to do a thing. The leaves wither quickly.
Flowers in mid to late March. The bulbs in this bag should be planted together in small clumps; 4-5 bulbs per hole. Plant about 3 inches deep. Or, they’re great for little pots.
|Dimensions||3 × 2 × 4 in|