In the online catalog, ‘Pink Champagne’ daffodils promised large fluffy double blooms – and it definitely delivered! Though ‘Pink Champagne’ daffodils are very similar to the blooms of a few other types of daffodils that I have in the garden this season, their late bloom period made them a Narcissus that was worth having in the cut flower garden.
As you can see from the photo above, ‘Pink Champagne’ daffodils are very much a beautiful salmon-peach color when they first open. Over time, the color in the center begins to fade and will eventually turn more pink.
Though I do really like the overall structure and appearance of the flower, I did find that many of the blooms faced down in my garden. This caused them to be splashed with mud more easily than some of the other varieties that I grew. I think it will be interesting to pay closer attention to this issue next season to see if it persists.
What do you think about ‘Pink Champagne’ daffodils? Have you ever grown this variety? 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!