31 Cultivars Listed
Bell Fly is a recent posthumous introduction from Walter Blom, and what a high-spirited cyclamineus it is. Dare we say that it is broader, longer and more zippy than daffodil Iwona that we love so much ? Not pink, but orange cupped. An early dwarf, vigorous. We are unable to determine the origin of the name. Limited stock.
I wasn’t going to list Emcys until I realized that we didn’t list a decent white cyclamineus, aside from the fiercely independent Snipe. Surprised that I couldn’t find artwork of a garden planting of Emcys. From afar a stand of Cyclamineus draw you deep into garden. Emcys gazes across the garden rather than down.
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
Foundling found a patron and went on to raise her own family of remarkable offspring: Elizabeth Ann, Kaydee, 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. ADS Classic.
This perfectly formed miniature cyclamineus will raise your heart rate. With a long straight snout and a shape reminiscent of a Turk's Cap, Hummingbird is remarkably handsome and consistent. A sister of Grant Mitsch's wildly successful Jetfire, Hummi
From Alec Gray, a low-growing, deep yellow flower with long narrow trumpet and supersonic swept-back petals. 4 inches. A lovely and diminutive cyclamineus. Fasten your seatbelts and put your tray table in the upright locked position. Very early. ADS Classic.
An older cyclamineus registered by Grant Mitch, Mite is a miniature and aside from not being particularly pendant, it retains a lot of cyclamineus spirit. Very fertile, Mite is a good surrogate for the species in breeding, the species cyclamineus must be raised from seed. Way adorable and sophisticated, it is hard to not stare. ADS Miniature. ADS Classic.
A full flavored cyclamineus, and a reverse bi-color one at that. We adore the sixes and try to list a lot, the only other reverse bi-cycli we offer is Lemon Silk, who is a cool sophisticate. But Peppercorn has a perky profile and is peppery all over. That flanged cup, oh baby that lasts long on the taste buds. By Ron ‘Hotstuff’ Scamp. Just a handful to offer.
Snipe is early and photogenic. Extremely perennial and cyclamineus proud. A truly great cultivar that is at home in the rockery and in the pot. We are offering it in the cut flower category, its blooms are too small to cut, but forced in a pot it is long lasting and adorable : we think the florists will know how to use it.
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 gre