‘Extravaganza’ Daffodils: Delightfully Double Orange and White Blooms

‘Extravaganza’ daffodils were among the very last of the Narcissus to start blooming in the garden. In fact, they bloomed so late in the season that I had nearly missed the opportunity to photograph them. Fortunately, I was able to take a few pictures just after a late spring rain storm had finished.

‘Extravaganza’ daffodils were actually much different than I had expected. Though most of the photos that I’ve seen online show gorgeous shades of salmon-pink, my bulbs produced flowers that were much more of a yellow-orange color. I was actually really happy about that, because it added yet another element of diversity that I wasn’t expecting.

Like so many others that we’ve trialed this year, ‘Extravaganza’ daffodils are delightfully double. Furthermore, the blooms were held high above the foliage. This made them an excellent option for use in vases and in larger cut flower arrangements.

Overall, I think that ‘Extravaganza’ daffodils were a great addition to this year’s cut flower garden. What do you think? Have you ever grown ‘Extravaganza’ daffodil before? I’d love to to hear all about your experiences in the comment section below. Thank you so much for visiting the blog!

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