12 Cultivars Listed
In an average lifespan, if you had a million kisses to either give or receive, that would be 34 a day, or about two every waking hour of every day, which would be a very pleasant experience. A Million Kisses daffodil is also a pleasant show of affection – bred in the English Channel islands it puckers up with very round and overlapping white segments with a flattened yellow and broad -orange-banded frilly cup. Freshly registered, AMK is a child of Jersey Lace.
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.
Perfectly hexagonal white and peach broad split cup will put a hex on your garden bed. Recent van der Veek introduction.
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.
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.
Pucker up for this unusual split cup. White with a wild and wavy lobed pink corona. Recent introduction from Carlos van der Veek.
A colorful split cup , one that has performed well for us over the last decade. Can be quite variable in color, perhaps the rich, contrasty color is influenced by cool spring temperatures. The form of the cup also can be variable, well split or nearly round. Quantity discount.
Alec Gray-bred daffodils dominate the commercial trade by sheer volume grown. Scores of acres of his highly successful, miniature tazetta Minnow are grown each year, mainly for pot culture. Minnowlet is an unexpected offspring of Minnow, being a small and neat monochromatic split cup. Two and a half inch flowers with concise Star of David petals, well designed collar.