Bulbs combination in pot: Tulipa ‘stunning apricot’ + Narcissus ‘pink charm’
As far as tulips are concerned, the result was not exactly identical to that announced in the packaging image, but in my opinion, it was even better. The tulips bloomed in white with a slight shade of pink and were huge. I wasn’t expecting it and just loved it. This color variation can occur due to several factors, the characteristics of the soil in which they grew is probably the factor that most influenced it.
The daffodils bloomed slightly later, but as the tulips lasted a long time they still opened in time to show themselves together. The trumpet of daffodils ‘pink charm’ is yellowish inside and opens in a soft pink that combined well with the tulips.
Better than the description is to see the images.
The ‘stunning apricot’ tulips surprised me for their size and durability. It was probably the tulips that were in the best shape for the longest time. Its color, although not what I originally expected, turned out to be a good surprise.
The daffodils bloom as expected, produced well and on the whole I was quite satisfied with the result. A combination to repeat.