Early bloomers in February. Photograph by Abraxas3d via Flickr.
Above: Early bloomers in February. {Photograph} by Abraxas3d through Flickr.

Most likely not. Daffodils are very hardy and have a tendency to not be bothered by chilly or snow. Usually, daffodil noses that pop up early received’t be harmed. The flowers are nonetheless protected beneath floor. Nonetheless, in case you do have a chilly snap, the leaves might get frost injury. If it snows after the flowers have bloomed, as long as it doesn’t get too chilly for too lengthy, the flowers will probably be wonderful. In the event you’re involved, you may add mulch across the plant, or cowl the flowers with a makeshift tent, equivalent to a cardboard field. 

How do you stop early blooms sooner or later?

Narcissus ‘Pheasant’s Eye’ blooms about a month later than more common varieties. Photograph by Britt Willoughby Dyer, from Gardening 101: Pheasant Eye Narcissus.
Above: Narcissus ‘Pheasant’s Eye’ blooms a couple of month later than extra widespread varieties. {Photograph} by Britt Willoughby Dyer, from Gardening 101: Pheasant Eye Narcissus.

In case you are involved and need to try to sluggish issues down for subsequent yr, you are able to do a couple of issues:

Plant them deeper: Most bulbs include a depth vary, plant them on the deep finish of the vary.  Select a later-blooming selection: There are some forms of daffodils that bloom later within the spring. Add extra mulch: Mulch helps maintain the soil temperature steady and permits the plant to not be uncovered to temp swings.

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