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large scale daffodil planting source?

Posted by debinca1 zone 7 ca (My Page) on
Sat, Oct 27, 07 at 2:21

Hi Guys,

One of my clients wants me to do a large scale daffodil planting. I am wondering if any of you can recommend a good source that will be a better buy for me than going through a retail nursery.

The wholesale houses, that I used to order from when I worked at the nursery, tell me its too late for me to place a bulk order. The nursery ordered theirs last jan so I know its a little late but its getting to be planting time so I'd like to hunt them down.

Any Ideas?? thanks, deb

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RE: large scale daffodil planting source?

We did a late-season order of 4400 daffs from last year. Price was good, size, quality and customer service were great.


RE: large scale daffodil planting source?

The big boxers and Costco usually have daffodils by the 100 pack for around $20. That's not a bad price. They might even be going on sale soon.

RE: large scale daffodil planting source?

I just ordered 1000 daffodils from van engelen on the web. . $467.00 plus shipping

RE: large scale daffodil planting source?

My favorite is Ednie.

RE: large scale daffodil planting source? An excellent source of both fall and summer bulbs and a wonderful on line catalog. Becky was recently a guest on Martha Stewart. They are third generation bulb growers in Gloucester, Virginia. Also many rare and unusual varieties at both retail and wholesale prices.

RE: large scale daffodil planting source?

So far I've had good luck with their stuff. And their prices are great.

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