One reason daffodils are so popular among gardeners is that they naturalize well, spreading and increasing in number from year to year. The daffodils in this category are among the best at naturalizing. They stand out among the rest for their large blooms, strong stems and vigorous performance. Breck's® cream-of-the-crop bulbs will multiply quickly to provide a fabulous display in your landscape and an almost limitless supply of graceful bouquets for many springs to come. The key to naturalizing daffodils is growing them in well-drained soil. It should hold just enough water to keep roots slightly moist; bulbs can rot in soggy soil. Drainage can be improved by adding compost, humus, perlite or even some sand to the soil. If it is just too soggy, try building a raised bed.