Ron A. Scamp
16 Cultivars Listed
It’s hard to make a living selling Boslowick, he is so perfect, broad faced and calming that you only need to buy one bulb to make your day. Sold in twos, or please more ! A very well ordered and well behaved split cup, with a profound color. A good grower for us, a perfect thing like most things Ron Scamp. See also Jabberwocky. Limited availability.
We are not going to attempt to channel Lewis Carrol, but Ron Scamp did, and rather successfully too. A large deeply colored split cup in saturated shades of chrome yellow ( a.k.a. School bus yellow) that throws consistent and flawless blooms. Perfect double triangle, the cup tucks neatly into the folds. Small availability.
It is not often that a yellow trumpet is found adjacent to the term ‘Intermediate’. But Little Alfred sports all of the trumpet flanged and notched cupped bling that you want, but with a “seen not heard” modesty that you like. Lovely color, form and detail. Increases. We think Little Alfred is a candidate for pot culture.
We planted Littlefield up the street in the neighbor’s vineyard, next to the parking lot, where he competes with mugwort, compacted soil and road salt in an open northern exposure. A large, tall and late jonquil that returns robustly year over year. When the sun hits that green eye , combined with the ever -changing orange on orange color, and the scent : oh Baby ! Signed, sealed and delivered. A truly great Jonquil, I was surprised when it popped up on the list. Quantity pricing.
Mazzard has the truest pink color of any double narcissus we can think of, a full sized bloom on a plant that has a tidy form, every flower is perfect. I think the florists will like it. Please do not buy this daffodil for in my greed I am trying to corner the market. Perfection from Ron Scamp.
A poeticus, but a modern one – the petals are round and overlap like that airline passenger in the seat next to you. Penjerrick is very cute and a sharp dresser. Lipstick ring on the cup is sunproof, in case you leave your playthings out in the sunshine too long.
A full flavored cyclamineus, and a reverse bi-color one at that. We adore the sixes and try to list a lot, the only other reverse bi-cycli we offer is Lemon Silk, who is a cool sophisticate. But Peppercorn has a perky profile and is peppery all over. That flanged cup, oh baby that lasts long on the taste buds. By Ron ‘Hotstuff’ Scamp. Just a handful to offer.