‘Prosecco’ Daffodil: A Tiny Jonquil in the Cutting Garden

The addition of ‘Prosecco’ daffodil to my cut flower garden was a first for me. Never before have I grown any Narcissus which are considered to be jonquils. Though I knew that the flowers on each stem would be numerous, I also worried that the blooms would be too small to use in cut flower arrangements.

Fortunately, neither of my concerns about the flower would amount to any real issue. As you can see from the photo above, ‘Prosecco’ daffodils are a very beautiful and creamy looking ivory shade. Though many catalogs suggest that the cup is a peachy salmon, mine were more of a yellow orange.

As with many of the other daffodils that I’ve grown this season, these flowers really seemed to fade a lot over time. Despite the small flowers, I was really glad that the plants grew to be quite tall and had strong stems which easily held the flowers above the ground.

Have you ever grown ‘Prosecco’ daffodil before? What did you think? I’d love to hear all about your experiences in the comment section below. Thank you so much for stopping by the blog!

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