Aside from my very obvious garden infatuation with pink daffodils, my large growing trial also focused on fragrance. After reading that ‘Gay Tabor’ daffodils are both double and highly scented, I knew that I wanted to order a small ten count package of bulbs.
‘Gay Tabor’ daffodils are known for their fluffy double flowers. I’ll admit, when they first started to open in the garden, many of them resembled small white roses – without all those thorns! As you can see from the photos, the flower is mostly white with orange/yellow inner bits that seem to change and fade a little over time.
Though my garden only produced a few ‘Gay Tabor’ flowers this season, I’m really excited to continue growing this one! Have you ever grown ‘Gay Tabor’ daffodil before? If so, I’d love to hear all about your experiences in the comment section below. Thank you so much for visiting the blog!