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Miniature Daffodils

A bunch of miniature daffodils growing outside.
 

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These were "normal" daffodils until a couple of years ago. About a foot tall and large blooms. Then one year I looked out and this is what was blooming. They are only about 4-6 inches tall and the blooms aren't any bigger than the end of your finger. I have checked with many greenhouses, nurseries, and avid gardeners, and none of them have ever heard of this happening. They are perfect, just too small.

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South West Corner of Missouri

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October 23, 20140 found this helpful

That is awesome! They must have mutated in some way. I would contact a Master Gardener or university or something and see what you can do to develop this new strain of daffodils. You could make money and certainly name this new strain yourself. There is sure to be a market for them. I would certainly love to have tiny daffodils in my garden. Please let us know what you do.

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