Just when I swore off of yellow orange cups along comes a colorful and deep cupped modern Jonquilla. Anfield is such a happy fellow I am committed to finding him good homes, perhaps adjacent to yours. Scented, two blooms to a scape, bulbs tend to make a plethora of scapes. From the likewise prolific Walter Blom. Ample stocks.
Bell Fly is a recent posthumous introduction from Walter Blom, and what a high-spirited cyclamineus it is. Dare we say that it is broader, longer and more zippy than daffodil Iwona that we love so much ? Not pink, but orange cupped. An early dwarf, vigorous. We are unable to determine the origin of the name. Limited stock.
You won’t get a good enough seat in the Dress Circle to see Golden Symphony: she is poised, petite, pendant and perfumed. Part jonquilla thus the fragrance. From master of pizzicato Walter Blom. We assume that you can put this on the bench as a miniature. Will sell with allegro con brio.
The bulbocodium you will most likely find today in the commercial trade, Oxford Gold was widely adopted by large growers soon after its introduction, A robust grower with an upright habit and full on chrome yellow color. Perhaps Oxford gets its virility and fragrance from its species Jonquil pollen parent. Probably not a miniature, makes a large bloom and plant for a 10.
A tiny, greenish yellow triandrus that is so wasp-waisted it looks like one half of an English Christmas cracker. Gets its sweet fragrance from its daddy, the jonquil henriquesii. ADS Miniature from Walter Blom.