Yet another variety of daffodil that can be found growing in my garden this year is called ‘Yazz.’ ‘Yazz’ daffodils are a type of jonquil that produces multiple flowers per stem. While I was initially drawn to ordering the bulbs because of the photos that I’ve seen online and on social media, I was absolutely amazed by the ‘Yazz’ daffodil’s color changing abilities.
In the photo above, you can see a few ‘Yazz’ daffodil stems that have been open for a few days. The flowers are a beautiful creamy ivory color with an orange and pink rimmed cup. As suggested by the retailer, I made certain to plant my bulbs under filtered light conditions so that they could develop the best color possible, rather than fade.
In this picture, you can see a few stems of ‘Yazz’ daffodil flowers that have just opened. They look so much different at this stage!
Have you ever grown ‘Yazz’ daffodils before? What did you think? I’d love to hear more about your experiences in the comment section below. Thank you so much for visiting the blog!