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I love this beautiful daffodil.
It is a very old variety - in fact it was one of Thomas Jefferson's favorite flowers!
Originally known as seventeen sisters in the 1700's, it's now commonly known as Avalanche.
I bought 100 of these bulbs and planted them in the ground in Iowa - but only 4 came up and this was one of them.
Apparently they like warmer weather - but if you are in zone 6 or higher this daffodil variety would be a lovely addition to your garden!
Luckily for those of us in colder environments, we can enjoy "Sisters" year round in canvas print form!
"Sisters" features flowers I (Valerie Miller) grew in my garden and flower farm in one awesome canvas print.
Arrives with fully printed gallery wrapped edges, no need for a frame, with a built in hanger ready to hang straight from the box.
Made In Iowa
Available in 3 sizes.
· 12" x 16"
· 18" x 24"
· 22.5" x 30"
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