In Bloom: ‘Replete’ Daffodils

Today, we’re focusing on yet another lovely double flower. ‘Replete’ daffodils open to bright white, with peachy pastel shades around where one would anticipate the cup.

As the flowers open, the peach color is much darker. I actually prefer the bloom after they have been open a few days. This allows the color to slowly fade much lighter. Though donations are still closed where I am, the few flowers that I have been able to give away have been raved about.

‘Replete’ daffodils are definitely one that I’d continue to grow. What do you think? Have you ever grown ‘Replete’ daffodil before? If so, I’d love to hear all about your experiences in the comment section below. Thank you so much for stopping by the blog!

2 thoughts on “In Bloom: ‘Replete’ Daffodils

  1. Where do you donate flowers? I am growing extra in my veg garden this summer so I can take some to the assisted living apartments and share.

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