Besides ‘Avalanche’ Narcissus, which I have already featured on the blog, I planted very few multi-flower daffodil types. Another variety, called ‘Geranium’ daffodil, has easily been one of the most production flowers in this year’s cut flower patch. Let’s take a closer look at this beauty!
Upon first glance, I honestly wasn’t quite impressed with the ‘Geranium’ daffodils. Their overall appearance is very similar to that of other daffodils that may be found in traditional mixes that are easily found at garden centers and home improvement stores. However, ‘Geranium’ Narcissus have a few key characteristics that make them quite charming.
Upon picking my first bunch of ‘Geranium’ daffodils to use in a cut flower arrangement, I was delighted to find that they were quite fragrant. I always love highly scented flowers!
‘Geranium’ daffodils also produce multiple flowers on each stem. In my garden, this first year planting produced about five flowers on each stem. This made them extremely easy to arrange in a vase and allowed for the best possible display.
Overall, I think ‘Geranium’ daffodils are definitely one that I’ll continue to grow. Have you ever grown this one before? If so, I would love to hear all about your experiences in the comments below. Thanks so much for stopping by!
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Those remind me of a variety I planted at my old house — I think it was called Poet’s or something like that.