Despite my best efforts to make videos and update the blog in a timely manner, sometimes the weather simply does not cooperate. Such is the case with this post, which was delayed after receiving several days of hard rain.
‘Easter Born’ daffodils are a very large double bloom with a very pale yellow accents. While these flowers were incredibly beautiful when they first opened, dependable spring rain showers were quick to splash mud and bruise the delicate petals.
Still, I did want to quick document their growth. I had been particularly excited for this variety, as I’m always drawn to large, fully double flowers.
Though I was unable to use any of these flowers in cut arrangements this year because of the mud, I’m very hopeful for their usability in coming seasons. What do you think? Have you ever grown ‘Easter Born’ daffodils before? If so, I’d love to hear all about your experiences in the comment section below. Thank you so much for taking the time to visit the blog. I hope that you’re having a wonderful day!