54 Cultivars Listed
In the second half of the 20th century crafty humans unlocked the pink gene in the daffodil genome. And things just keep getting pinker in the cup, across many divisions. We include pink coronaed doubles in this category.
A gently colored yellow pink cup, Acumen is an older Tasmanian bred sage.White color spreads freely through the perianth giving Acumen a soft demeanor. For breeding and the bench. Late. Rare.
Large blossomed white and pink cupped Brian Duncan Hybrid. From Fragrant Rose, but pink coalesces at the rim of the cup. Pictures coming this spring.
Brian Duncan has bred a lot of imposing white / pink cups, substantial, with large blooms. Alto is like that, but with a wide cup and very rounded all over. Small Stock.
We can remember clearly the first time we saw American Dream, its perfection and poise made us think “This is the zenith of the hybridizer’s oeuvre”. There are a handful of Yellow / Pink trumpets, most spend a brief season in the sunshine of the trade and then disappear just as quickly. Our envy for this flower may arise from a sentimental association with the name, or is it for the bloom ? More reverie engineering from the Grant-Havens stable.Extremely limited stock.
Amore Mio. Lovely and lush pink cupped Jonquilla. Floriferous. Recent van der Veek Introduction.
The daffodil diggers of North Holland consider themselves to be tough guys. It is never good to be “soft” and they will let you know it, early and often. But here is the softest colored pink cup ever, and where does it come from but straight out of tough guy land. I think my florist friends will swoon and soften for Beau Beauté. She is a bit like High Society that has completed a course in anger management. Really remarkable color. New introduction from Carlos van der Veek.
White and pink large cupped daffodil for competition from Clive Postles.
Burt House is another narcissus progeny of Brian Duncan legerdemain - 4 inch neutral-white overlapping petals with an intense pink funnel-shaped cup. A showstopper. Rare.
Imposing white/pink cupped trumpet from Brian Duncan. We can all hum along.
All white small cup with an intense, cherry pink rim on the cup Cherry Glow is a newer Brian Duncan cultivar. Substantial flower on a substantial plant. Cherry Glow would be our choice to take to a show, she pushes the upwards boundaries of small cup. Great stems.
Cherrygardens is pale pink cup that excels on the show bench with broad rounded white petals. Touch of green at the base of the cup ending in a deeper pink rim. Very tall with four inch flowers. Pollen and seed fertile. Very limited stock.
Commodore Perry is a showy and commanding pink cup from the armada of the late Dr. John R. Reed of Michigan. Even though the Commodore is an intermediate, his extra large caliber gun and broad sails will quickly scuttle the opposition. Said to be sun-pro
A slim and colorful jonquil, you can never be too slender or too pink. Fragrant, floriferous and vigorous.
Put on your dancing shoes for a recent and reliably pink colored split cup from Carlos van der Veek. Split cups tend to bloom early and hold well, take them for a spin in the vase. For all of his "Dance"named cultivars, I have never seen Carlos on the dance floor.
Aside from Little Jewel, we are at a loss to name another white/pink small cup. Demeanour is well named yet punchy and able-bodied. From Brian Duncan.
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.
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.
A Dr John Reed White / Pink large cup. Just a handful available.
A tall sophisticated drink of cool water. With a green eye and pink rim on the cup, High Society is one of the very best in the best in the border and in the vase. Perfectly named: tall in the landscape and puts off a lot of blooming offsets . High Society stocks are limited but it is easy to propagate and is desired by florists.
Hyperbole proclaims its superiority by sporting broad swept back rounded whites petals and an intense red megaphone cup. Hyperbole should be in your competition arsenal. A Brian Duncan daffodil cultivar of great refinement.
Daffodil love is a playful affair. Jeu d'Amour's lobed cup transitions from pale yellow to a deep crustacean pink. Broad, white, mucronate perianth of great substance. Breathtaking in the bed and vase. A recent van der Veek introduction. Jeu d'Amour is
Broad white petaled pink cup, Fragrant Rose on steroids, and even better for the bench for it.
Double triangled white petaled and funnel shaped pink small cup.
Small cupped white and pink daffodil with a strong double triangle shape from Brian Duncan.