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Rijnveld’s Early Sensation

March 7, 2020
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Categories: American Daffodil Society, General

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Good morning
Can anyone help Ella May? DaffSeek shows this to have bolder colors than what she has in her image. Thanks
frank

From: Ella May Wulff
Subject: cultivar ID

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Years ago, I purchased daffodils as ‘Rijnveld’s Early Sensation’ but have concluded that they are not that cultivar. Flowers borne singly are classic large trumpet shape. Perianth opens pale yellow, trumpet somewhat darker yellow. Both fade until entire flower is white. Very sweet fragrance, good multiplier.

Any suggestions as to its name?

4 Responses to Rijnveld’s Early Sensation

  1. Ian Tyler, England
    Ian Tyler, England
    March 7, 2020 at 10:24 am

    Mary Ellen,
    Going by your description and only a quick look I’ll
    throw up N. Mount Hood 1W-W a historic and wonderful garden cultivar.
    Ian
    Standish UK

  2. Bill Carter, Washington
    Bill Carter, Washington
    March 7, 2020 at 1:31 pm

    I have to support Ian on his quick look.  There is no way it is Rijnveld’s Early Sensation.   I was in Home Depot yesterday and saw them selling 7W-Y as Tete-a-tete.   Can’t trust every lable.

    Once Matt mentioned Beersheba I agree with his assessment. I brought similar flowers to a show two years ago and I thought they were Mt. Hood. I was corrected at the time and told they were Beersheba. How easy it is to forget.

  3. Matt Duddy, Pennsylvania
    Matt Duddy, Pennsylvania
    March 7, 2020 at 2:14 pm

    It looks like Beersheba, and sounds like how it develops. Lovely photo.

  4. Celia Jones, Louisiana
    March 8, 2020 at 3:18 pm

    Agree with Matt. Beersheba has elegant trumpet