Don’t forget to pick up a bouquet of flowers being sold in La Conner by the local Kiwanis. Three major varieties of narcissus grow in Skagit Valley: Dutch Master (world’s most popular), Flower Carpet, and Standard Value. Daffodil crops are rotated every three years (in contrast to an every-year rotation for tulips). So, the daffodils you see each year are three-year-old plants.
Use our Skagit Valley trip planner to plan a day or weekend adventure to enjoy restaurants, specialty stores, art galleries, and other sightseeing adventures along with daffodil-related events and activities in the La Conner waterfront village.
The following locations will be offering free Daffodil postcards. Be sure to stop by and pick one up: La Conner Chamber of Commerce Office (413 Morris St), Heron Inn & Day Spa (117 Maple Ave), Jennings Yarn & Needlecrafts (612 S First St), PNW Quilt & Fiber Arts Museum (703 S 2nd St).
2023 Daffodil Festival information
- When: March 1-31.
- Where: La Conner, WA 98257 and surrounding areas in Skagit Valley
- More info: La Conner Daffodil Festival 2023 – Love La Conner Blog
Daffodil Bloom Map
As with the Tulip Festival in April, check the Roozengaarde BLOOM MAP to find out where daffodils are blooming on any given day.