387 Cultivars Listed
In an average lifespan, if you had a million kisses to either give or receive, that would be 34 a day, or about two every waking hour of every day, which would be a very pleasant experience. A Million Kisses daffodil is also a pleasant show of affection – bred in the English Channel islands it puckers up with very round and overlapping white segments with a flattened yellow and broad -orange-banded frilly cup. Freshly registered, AMK is a child of Jersey Lace.
A recent yellow and white triandrus with modulating colors on its way to the final chorus. Floriferous, scented, and substantial with lovely color. A reverse bi-color. From Chipper , inherits the lovely velvety substance. Named after the Beatles record album released in 1969.
A record album was a disc that stored music and aural data in wavy grooves embossed in vinyl. See also the Fab Four.
Strong and consistent Aberfoyle is a very dependable large orange cupped entry for the bench. Gets better upon further inspection. An English variety from the 80’s
Bringing more rock and roll glamour to the modern New Zealand garden party, Abraxis is a scented, broad petaled, and wavy tazetta hybrid dressed in white and orange. Early to arrive to the fete. From Grand Monarch.
A gently colored yellow pink cup, Acumen is an older Tasmanian bred sage.White color spreads freely through the perianth giving Acumen a soft demeanor. For breeding and the bench. Late. Rare.
Tall, old, historic Narcissus with a deeply colored cup. ADS Historic. Breeding potential.
Late and wide flowered yellow small cup. Colorful gives an overall golden impression. Very limited stock. By Brian Duncan Safari tours. I do not have any photos of African Sunset today.
A bright and balanced broad large cup from Brian Duncan. Very limited. Named for the fantastical early 20th century hotel in Yosemite where room rates average $890 a night. You can enjoy a visit with our Ahwahnee for $3 a year.
Large blossomed white and pink cupped Brian Duncan Hybrid. From Fragrant Rose, but pink coalesces at the rim of the cup. Pictures coming this spring.
Sophistication and purity in a double daffodil with a distinct whorl of petals and a loose double cup. More cool charm from Grant Mitsch. Alabaster is pure white and an ADS intermediate. Late Bloomer.
Albatross (Pre-1891) - a vigorous and showy old small cup. Takes calm and patience to differentiate this bloom from White Lady, Seagull, Stella. Albatross has more orange in the cup that the others.
Arguably the most successful daffodil breeder of all time, this miniature all-white trumpet is an encomium to Alec Gray. Stunningly well formed. A joy wherever he goes. Garden State bred.
Brian Duncan has bred a lot of imposing white / pink cups, substantial, with large blooms. Alto is like that, but with a wide cup and very rounded all over. Small Stock.
A recently introduced double that is most like a lotus blossom when it opens a mild- yellow with an alluring symmetry. As Ambon matures into clear white and yellow it gets wide and wild. You will easily be able to select a very stunning bloom. Best as a stem, in the landscape Ambon blooms a bit in the leaves. This Daffodil is named for a city in the Moluccas in Indonesia, once a Dutch colony.
We can remember clearly the first time we saw American Dream, its perfection and poise made us think “This is the zenith of the hybridizer’s oeuvre”. There are a handful of Yellow / Pink trumpets, most spend a brief season in the sunshine of the trade and then disappear just as quickly. Our envy for this flower may arise from a sentimental association with the name, or is it for the bloom ? More reverie engineering from the Grant-Havens stable.Extremely limited stock.
Amore Mio. Lovely and lush pink cupped Jonquilla. Floriferous. Recent van der Veek Introduction.
Androcles pulled a thorn from the paw of a pursuing lion thus befriending him. Androcles the daffodil has calmed and tamed us also, we depend on it in large numbers for the vase and the border. Its broad, softly cream colored , and long lasting blooms project a quiet roar . Bred by the American Bill Pannill who created many perfect blooms, one at at time.
Just when I swore off of yellow orange cups along comes a colorful and deep cupped modern Jonquilla. Anfield is such a happy fellow I am committed to finding him good homes, perhaps adjacent to yours. Scented, two blooms to a scape, bulbs tend to make a plethora of scapes. From the likewise prolific Walter Blom. Ample stocks.
All the people are waiting for Angel Face,
She said she'd meet them down at their favorite place.
Dressed in yellow satin, white linen and lace,
She stood so high with a smile on her face.
Here's a pedigreed child, daddy is a species jonquil and mommy is species triandrus. Angel's Breath is a vigorous grower and should be widely adaptable. A sister, Angel's Whisper is similar. About 20 years old, Tasmanian bred. ADS Miniature.
A singular jonquil that is perhaps the most beautiful of the division. Showy and colorful with great fragrance. Three flowers per scape if you are lucky, usually one or two. One to treasure.
Beefy and Bright April Queen is an older variety that is enjoying a newly found cult of admirers. Blooms out of the leaves, blooms more into May for us in 6a.
April Tears is an Alec Gray cross of species N.jonquilla and N.triandrus. Seed parent to the terrific Tripartite. Similar to Hawera.
A new introduction, Arctic Bells is a bulbocodium from Walter Blom. It is classified as a Yellow-Yellow, but it is more of a white flower, in the way that White petticoat is white. We were surprised to see the seed parent is the perfect bloomer “Border Beauty”, picture attached. Who would think of that ?
A stunning all white large cup. Daughter of the widely grown Misty Glen.
An antique double. A truly joyous bloomer that deserves a place in any border or cottage garden. Daughter of Telamonious Plenus and Ornatus.
Rounded profile, the small cup is richly colored and broad. Towards maturity the segments of Arid Plains blanch from solid yellow to partially white. From Brian Duncan.