Anyone referring to a flower named 'Buttercup' elicits all kinds of confusion. Are they referencing a Ranunculus, using a generic term for jonquils that bloom freely in the South, increasingly as an alias for Tête-à-Tête? One of the several daffodils registered under that name? We offer the historic Rev. Engleheart jonquilla 'Buttercup', a strong grower with large flowers more reminiscent of a historic small cup. Rare. Brings intense happiness to the gardener. Smells good.
Joni Mitchell has always been our favorite dulcimer player for reasons not limited to musicianship. But daffodil Dulcimer predates Joni by a half century. A very late and large poeticus, Dulcimer's sharp green-yellow-orange cup and promiscuous anthers make a truly heart-achingly beautiful bloom. After all of the other daffodils in your garden have faded you can happily pluck Dulcimer and sing "Cary get out your cane". Pollen and seed fertile.