Canyon Wren belongs to the inscrutable "miscellaneous category". Bright in color and spirit Canyon Wren is a tazetta x triandrus cross that could be mistaken for a jonquil. A Grant Mitsch Bird Series cultivar. Scented. Elegant. Show it with a name tag that says "I am not a miniature".
Dainty Miss is a siren's song in the garden. An all-white jonquil she goes it alone, only one two-inch perfectly appointed, dainty-cupped flower per stem please. Wanting a chorus of Dainty Miss for your garden is only natural. Compelling. Benchable. Miss Dainty is an ADS Classic, Wister Award winner, an achingly beautiful mid century spell of Grant Mitsch witchcraft.
The jonquilla Desert Bells makes two or four tidy and flattened white flowers per scape. Cup mellows to a light lemon. A late blooming dwarf that is at ease in the rock garden, in the pot or on the bench. Show winner. By Grant Mitsch.
A Grant Mitsch bred Tazetta of great power and distinction. Bountifully floriferous, with sharp mucrons and rich colors. One of the Novelty Bird Series: Motmot is a tropical bird of the family Momotidae. Jonquil cross.
A beautiful bloom named after a hummingbird by Grant Mitsch. Woodstar is a late blooming reverse bi-color triandrus and the fledgling of two feral parents - N. triandrus subsp. triandrus var. Triandrus and N.jonquilla. Woodstar seems to be entered in almost every daffodil show with good reason. Bright in the spring garden it mimics the grace of the leucojum yet to come. Makes up to three blooms per scape. ADS Miniature.