Another Filoli Daffodil ID Needed Martha Washington?

March 3, 2009

Categories: Daffodil Types, Growing Daffodils, Historics

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I would appreciate your help identifying one of Filoli’s tazetta daffodils shown blooming below in the bulb slope and throughout the estate on (2/28/2009). I believe this is Martha Washington but would like your comments.  It was  growing here in 1976 when Filoli, a property of the National Trust for Historic Preservation,  located in Woodside, CA. changed hands from private estate ownership. I suspect this might be  an original variety planted around 1918. For more information about this historic landmark visit our website at (  
Lucy Tolmach
Director of Horticulture
Filoli Center

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One response to “Another Filoli Daffodil ID Needed Martha Washington?”

  1. Bill Welch says:

    Looks like Orange Prince or Halvose, too early for M washington and also M Washington is a pure white in perianth

    Best wishes,

    Bill the Bulb Baron (William R.P. Welch)
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