7 Cultivars Listed
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"
A dwarf two-toned yellow tazetta-cyclamineus cross; that's how we arrive at division 12. Cornish Chuckles has been around the globe, always pleasantly scented, always three gently reflexed flowers per scape, sometime four. Larger and broader flowers than other division 12s.
Cyclataz is the lovechild of a species CYCLAmineus and the TAZetta Grande Soleil d'Or . Vigorous, floriferous, wild in form, rich in color. Cyclataz does well in pot culture. ADS Historic. ADS Miniature. She is also the parent of three notable offsprin
Jumblie is a sister of Tête-à-Tête and also a division 12. Floriferous and miniature, Jumblie has a will to live like the other Cyclataz family members. Good for pot culture and fun in the border.
Viridiflora daffodils come from species that bloom in the fall. On the march to year round daffodils Polar Hunter is on the vanguard; an April / October romance. We are unsure of the actual provenance of this bulb, but it is reputed to be very hardy and will start blooming early and finish in its own sweet time. Floriferous. Remarkably green and long lasting in the vase, we are hoping the florists take notice.