Harold Koopowitz, California

Narcissus Martha Cash

March 14, 2016

Categories: Daffodil Types, General, Hybridizing, Miniatures

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One of my favorites among the small tazettas is ‘Martha Cash’ 8W-P, and this seems to be a very good year for it, so I thought I would share a picture taken today. It usually bears two to three florets on the stem and they can be very smooth. The cup is normally a solid clear baby pink. It is bred from ‘Pink China’ x N. dubius, a cross that I remade many times, each with a different form of N. dubius. The cross made in 2003 (seems so long ago now) yielded an enormous number of worthwhile cultivars such as ‘Little Dianne’ and ‘Little Karen’ and there are quite a number more are yet to be named. Most of those I selected are 8W-Ps but there are also some very smooth 8W-Ys as well.

The picture here is from four stems each with two florets, picked this morning.


'Martha Cash' 8W-P

‘Martha Cash’ 8W-P

5 responses to “Narcissus Martha Cash”

  1. Larry Force, Mississippi Larry Force, Mississippi says:

    Really nice Harold, a beautiful daffodil. Thanks for posting!

  2. David Adams, New Zealand says:

    I like the evenness and smoothness of the florets

  3. Clay Higgins, New Jersey Clay Higgins, North Carolina says:

    Hi Harold,

    Is it a miniature?  Either way, I’d like to have one.


  4. Harold Koopowitz, California Harold Koopowitz, California says:

    Yes Clay, it is a very dainty mini.


  5. Pam Hardy, Missouri says: