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Daffodil Blends

Blending daffodils is even more challenging than blending tulips. The color palette is more limited, the variation in form smaller, and yet arriving at something that works is much harder. Countless great ideas have turned into big disappointments when the flowers finally opened in the trial garden in spring.

But when we do come up with a winning combination, it’s worth the trouble. An effective daffodil blend is much, much more than the sum of its parts. Plant one, and you’ll see.

Blending daffodils is even more challenging than blending tulips. The color palette is more limited, the variation in form smaller, and yet arriving at something that works is much harder. Countless great ideas have turned into big disappointments when the flowers finally opened in the trial garden in spring.

But when we do come up with a winning combination, it’s worth the trouble. An effective daffodil blend is much, much more than the sum of its parts. Plant one, and you’ll see.