The roller coaster weather of early spring doesn’t bother daffodils much. A hard freeze burns the leaf tips of paperwhites, but most daffodils are much hardier and show no ill effects at all. A little bit of warm weather brings them up and out, and any cool temperatures just keep them fresh longer.
I’ve grown partial to the pink-cupped daffies in recent years. They are not very pink actually, but shades of peach and coral. They flower a little later than most of the shocking yellow ones, toning down the garden’s color palette just as the azaleas begin to turn it up again.
From top to bottom: Narcissus ‘Pink Charm’, Narcissus ‘Salome’, Narcissus ‘Delnashaugh’