The condor is the largest land bird of the species, but darkly colored and ugly. El Condor is perhaps the largest cyclamineus cultivar, but bright and lovely and aerodynamic as the bird. A recent van der Veek introduction.
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.
Englander is a cyclamineus seedling that retains just a bit of wildness tempered with just a bit of sophistication. Sporting a real long schnoz and slim reflexed petals. An ADS miniature that is a long lived resident in the rockery. Good in the pot and on the show bench. Naturally enough, Englander is better known in the UK than the US.
Foundling found a patron and went on to raise her own family of remarkable offspring: Elizabeth Ann, Kaydee, and Georgi Girl. A short barreled pink cup with reflexed white petals. Cyclamineus. Pollen and seed fertile. Makes a nice colorful clump. Adoption papers filed at checkout.
Like many pre-quarantine varieties Larkelly is simple and well-spoken. Half species cylcamineus, Larkelly is two-toned and can mature to rich contrasty colors. Good grower, makes a large bulb for a division 6. A solid worker that is about as aerodynamic as a bumblebee. Percival D. Williams.
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.
Yes, Sissy is one sassy narcissus. At first glance one might think it's a division 12, but Daddy of Sissy is a species cyclamineus and the spirit shows. Beautiful detail in the perianth and cup. Lots of fun in the pot and garden. Bound to be declared a miniature someday soon.
Did you ever have a friend that always stands by you ? Daffodil Snipe always rises early and proud with a unique shaped vertical bloom. Snipe is straightforward and photogenic. Extremely perennial. Cyclamineus proud. A truly great cultivar that is well worth digging and dividing. Not to be confused with the Narcissus "Jack Snipe". ADS Miniature.
Bright and curvy every place a daffodil ought to be bright and curvy. Trena makes a peerless competition quality bloom and is very good for forcing. Early show-stopper in the garden. Once well-known Trena is no longer in the commercial trade. A truly great white with yellow cup cyclamineus.