No daffodil trial would be complete without the inclusion of at least a few varieties of traditional yellow blooms. Now that some of these varieties have started to produce flowers, I’ve been regretting that I didn’t order a wider variety. ‘Isha’ daffodils have been a lovely addition to my late season cut flower garden.
Much like many of the other varieties that I’ve grown, ‘Isha’ daffodils make quite a statement with their fully double flowers. Each bloom opens in various vibrant shades of yellow, with a darker orange center. I really liked how the “cup” portion of the flower was also double, giving the flower an even fuller appearance.
Have you ever grown ‘Isha’ daffodil before? If so, what did you think? I would love to hear all about your own experiences in the comment section below. Thank you so much for visiting the blog!