Bodilly is pollen and seed fertile and has been around so long that he has great-grandchildren. A distinct and deep yellow cup, set on a white rounded star. Cornish Roots. A sterling daffodil for mixed border or mixed in the landscape. We are growing it in a large cup landscape mix and as a cut flower. Strong grower, makes a large bulb.
A centenarian, small cupped Crenver has shovel-shaped white petals and a green-yellow-red cup that shows so well. Percy Williams. Historic. Pollen fertile. If you are looking for a tall and late daffodil Crenver is a very good choice.
There are so many large and bright large cups from the early 20th century (pre-quarantine days) that shine in the border and the landscape : Bernardino, Bodilly, Carbineer, Croesus, Dunkeld, Frank Miles,Red Devon, Sempre-Avanti. They all bring a full-sized simply joy to the garden. Daffodil Damson is maybe more colorful than most and hard to overlook. A tall and handsome marathoner. Historic. Pollen and seed fertile. Love Damson.
Gulliver is a vigorous and bright historic small cup. A pronounced hemispherical yellow-yellow-orange cup set in wavy, overlapped, primrose yellow to whiteish broad petals. Blooms out of the leaves. Free spirited in the landscape Gulliver is pollen and seed fertile and makes a medium sized bulb. Rare.
Killigrew is classified as having yellow petals, but we think of it as a white daffodil with a shallow and frilly rich-orange cup. A very old large-cupped variety that was once very well known and respected. Bright and tall in the landscape, Killigrew is a good grower and known to increase easily. I suspect that we offer one of the last remaining stocks. Pollen and Pod fertile. Historic.
A clump of Lanarth in your garden makes a friendly show, calling out from its towering height to anyone who passes by. A very old cultivar Lanarth is an amber and orange Jonquilla. Florifierous and sweetly scented. A catch-up call from an old friend. We think it a stunning garden flower. Excellent in the South.
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.
To quote Perseus, "Hey Phineas, get a load of this!" A very old poetaz, sweet and bright Medusa has milky white mucronate petals with a crimson orange eye. Never has a bad hair day. An old timer that has a place in the border. Rare. ADS Historic.