Beryl is the oldest cyclamineus cultivar we can think of. A spirited and free centenarian, she is a dwarf with compact blooms but not classified as a miniature. Beryl is present at almost every daffodil show - when her petals sweep back in full cyclamineus fashion she is as breathtaking as a meteor shower. Pollen and seed are fertile. She has long served as a seed parent.
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|Breeder||Percival D. Williams|
|Year of Introduction||Before 1907|
|Height||Dwarf : < 12.8 inches|
|Southern Zone Limit||7b/8a|