Brian S. Duncan
61 Cultivars Listed
1 Y/W- P
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.
There is a stable of Brian Duncan White / Pink small cups that we find so rewarding it is hard to pick a favorite. Camilla Clara Kate is so robust and substantial that we think it is time to close the book. A stem like a utility pole, a bloom without weakness. An example of why we love small cups. Lovely competitor.
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 our choice to take to a show, she pushes the upwards boundaries of small cup. Great stems.
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 clean and upright form, along with a unique perfume, she is a pink cup with a difference. First rate cut flower.
Goldfinger is a singular yellow trumpet that will shock even the most jaded on first sight. Evenly colored overall and free from ornamentation, Goldfinger is a champion . A bloom of great substance and color, he is unmistakable. Yes, you will want it for the garden just to keep looking at its perfection. It is said that in the UK it is impossible to win a daffodil show without including Goldfinge in your entries. Even more alchemy from Brian Duncan. Pollen and seed fertile.
A tall sophisticated drink of cool water. With a green eye and pink rim on the cup, High Society is one of the very best in the best in the border and in the vase. Perfectly named: tall in the landscape and puts off a lot of blooming offsets . High Society stocks are limited but it is easy to propagate and is desired by florists.