The first time we pulled this daffodil from a bucket of cuts we said “Really?” So the bulbs we didn't sell ended up at our house. And were we wrong - a great landscape daffodil that couldn’t make it in the landscape trade. But what a grower. What a tall sophisticated drink of cool water.
High Society has picked up and moved to the show bench where she can wink her pink-rimmed green eye at the movers and shakers. One of the very best.
Perfectly named: tall in the landscape and puts off a lot of blooming blades.
Makes a big bulb. Increases. Not much to burn.
|Breeder||Brian S. Duncan|
|Year of Introduction||1979|
|Southern Zone Limit||7b/a8|
|Corona Color||white aging to lemon yellow, with green at base and deep rose pink at rim|