Reverse Bi-Colors were once the unicorns of daffodils . But over the late 20th century more and more were introduced, from the fabulous jonquil Pipit to Lemon Silk. Since its introduction, Altun Ha has maintained a mythical reputation, it makes a uniquely colored perfectly rounded bloom. A consistent performer that makes blooms of great quality.
A robust and dependable reverse bi-color with a well rounded perianth. A daughter of Camelot, Avalon continues the search for the grail. Well suited to competition but a very attractive in the cottage garden. Appears to be exiting the commercial trade. Tall and bright large cup.
Sure to attract eyeballs on the bench, Lemon Silk cries out to be planted in a pot with squill, muscari and species tulips. An exotic reverse bi-color cyclamineus from Novelty Daffodils. Novel with a classic quiet beauty. Panill award winner. Very small stocks.
A feisty little thing, Road Runner is named not for the flower but for the way it increases . Has a whole reverse bi-color thing going on along with vigor, detail and substance. Very popular.Beep Beep.
Hooray for Stann Creek ! He lives up to his youthful promise and then some. Stately in the early bed with plenty of color and architectural detail for closer inspection. Yellow and white trumpet that is only 20 years old with cheeky brawn.
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.