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.
Here's a smooth operator : generously colored and round round round all over. Hot red cup set in rounded buttercup colored petals. In the world of cricket an All Rounder is a bowler that can hit. Always ready for a match. Happy anthers.
Yellow and pink-cupped trumpets are a special, rarified group in the world of daffodils, highly sought after with most being showstoppers. Bronzewing is perhaps more sophisticated than the rest, a Brian Duncan bruiser with four inch blossoms and a corpulent cup. The petals have a fade to white at mid rib creating an even greater contrast with that big ole rich-pink cup. Not a back bencher.
All white small cup with an intense, cherry pink rim on the cup Cherry Glow is a newer Brian Duncan cultivar. Substantial flower on a substantial plant. Cherry Glow would be my choice to take to a show, she pushes the upwards boundaries of small cup. Select the most mucronate blossom. Power and poise. Limited quantity.
Elizabeth Ann is a feminine white and rose-pink cyclamineus daffodil from Brian Duncan. Betty will gently awaken up any cottage or close up garden situation. Try her in a pot of mixed with sky-blue muscari. Dwarf.
Twenty years ago Fragrant Rose was planted in great numbers in the States. Today she hangs on in the landscape trade, just. Because of her upright form and unique perfume, she is a pink cup with a difference. Glorious in the border and draws interest on the bench. Blooms out of the leaves. Pollen and seed fertile. A Brain Duncan Wister award winner. Lots of good smelling offspring.
A Brian Duncan culitivar that is a great landscape daffodil that exited the landscape trade. 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. In the vase lasts long and the rim develops into a neon pink Perfectly named: tall in the landscape and puts off a lot of blooming offsets . Increases. Not much to burn.
Hyperbole proclaims its superiority by sporting broad swept back rounded whites petals and an intense red megaphone cup. Hyperbole should be in your competition arsenal. A Brian Duncan daffodil cultivar of great refinement.
A round confection of royal icing and strawberry cream, Little Dorr is a recent intermediate double. A crumpled yet neat bloom, divided equally between two soft colors. 3 inch flowers. From the Brian Duncan pastry counter.
Tall and lovely in the garden, Loth Lorien makes a large 4 1/2 inch rounded bloom with a substantial green and yellow small cup. Loth is a strong grower and has been around for a while as a landscape daffodil. But it looks like he is being put out to pasture. Imposing small cup on the bench. Brian Duncan meets Tolkien in the spring mist.
A sotto voce of a pianissimo, whisper of a pink dwells on the cup of this older Brian Duncan all-white cyclamineus. Mary Lou makes an intriguing feminine flower for competition or a special place in the rockery.
A feisty little thing, Road Runner is named not for the flower but for the way it increases . Has a whole reverse bi-color thing going on along with vigor, detail and substance. Very popular.Beep Beep.