Over the course of starting my own very small daffodil collection, there were always several varieties I skipped over when placing an order for bulbs. For whatever reason, the ‘Chromacolor’ daffodil never seemed to make the final cut. With its seemingly “normal” appearance, I just wasn’t sure I could have justified spending the extra money. Fortunately, I was soon able to see their worth.
‘Chromacolor’ daffodils are white, with a large salmon-orange cup. While I didn’t notice that the daffs in my own yard were exceptionally fragrant, their color was indeed, quite stunning. In the right lighting, many of these blooms simply seemed to glow in the landscape.
Since the stems were long and strong, the ‘Chromacolor’ daffodils were also quite fun to work with in the creation of cut flower arrangements. This peach-salmon color looked especially beautiful when paired with lavender tulips and various other pastel shades.
I definitely plan to order more ‘Chromacolor’ daffodil bulbs in the future. Have you ever grown ‘Chromacolor?’ I’d love to hear all about your experiences down 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!