When the ‘Sailorman’ daffodils started to bloom, I was quite surprised by their size. At planting, I had noticed that the bulbs were healthy and exceptionally large. However, I did not expect these split corona flowers to be so immense.
Though bright yellow daffodils aren’t my personal favorite, I cannot deny that ‘Sailorman’ daffodils have a lot to offer in the cut flower garden. Besides their big flowers, I was very pleased to see that the stems were tall and strong. This made them absolutely perfect for use in vases.
Though not technically a double variety of Narcissus, their large ruffles made them appear very full and attractive in cut flower arrangements. Have you ever grown ‘Sailorman’ daffodils before? If so, I’d love to hear all about your experience in the comment section below. Thank you so much for stopping by the blog!