I absolutely love finding new-to-me varieties of daffodil. ‘Mary Gay Lirette’ daffodil is certainly no exception to this.
There are so many gorgeous varieties of salmon-peach daffodil available to home gardeners. While I already have several cultivars, I was drawn to this one because of its soft color.
When the blooms first begin to open, they are very much an orange-yellow color. Over the span of a few days, each flower fades to a gorgeous pastel shade. So pretty!
I believe that ‘Mary Gay Lirette’ daffodil is technically a split-corona. I just love how each of the split petals has that full, ruffled appearance.
What do you think? Would you ever grow ‘Mary Gay Lirette’ daffodil in your garden? I’d love to hear your thoughts down in the comment section below. Thanks so much for stopping by the blog! I hope that you’re having a great day!