After months of posts detailing each variety of daffodil trialed in the garden this year, we’re finally nearing the end. Like other jonquils, ‘Blushing Lady’ daffodil is a very late blooming addition to the cut flower bed.
Each stem produces multiple fragrant flowers that open to a very light yellow with a soft peachy center. As suggested by the retailer, I made sure to plant the bulbs in a location that would receive filtered light to ensure the best color development.
Have you ever grown ‘Blushing Lady’ daffodil in your garden? If so, I’d love to hear all about your experiences in the comment section below. Thank you so much for visiting the blog!