She is the just as pretty, if not prettier sister of A Million Kisses. To keep her name at the same wavelength of her sister’s, I named her Besame Mucho. Besame Mucho is Spanish for ‘kiss me a lot’. Now you should not think that I speak Spanish fluently, I just enjoy listening to Andrea Brocelli from time to time. And Andrea can sing this historically old song like no other. Fun fact: the story goes that this song was written in Mexico by a stunningly beautiful girl, who had never been kissed. She was so beautiful, nobody dared to kiss her. But I am wandering off, I should write about the Daffodil. You might wonder which one of the two sisters, Besame Mucho and A Million Kisses, is the best. I will be honest with you; I don’t know either.
The one day I think to see that one flowers richer, but then I find the other more beautiful, and the next day it is the exact opposite. I simply cannot choose, and I could not say which one will be the best for your garden. If you are hesitating as well, you might have to do like me, and take both. Both Daffodils grow quick and flower extravagantly, so the chance is small that any of them will disappoint you.