Thursday, April 26, 2018

04 Apr

Daffodils peak too soon!

Unfortunately, Daffodils will be in short supply this Easter. Usually a small crop of daffodils first arrives in January, and a later, larger crop flowers during February, March and April. Because of this year’s harsh winter and sudden burst of warm weather, daffodils have bloomed all at once. Easter is later this year, which means that there won’t be enough Daffodils during peak sale times. Britain is the world’s largest supplier of Daffodil bulbs, but the price per bulb has fallen to half this year making it the worst season on record.

The beautiful faces of cheerful Daffodils won’t be around for long, get your Daffodils now to avoid dissapointment!


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