Daffodil Types

Information and photographs about the primary categories of daffodils recognized around the world.

Tricollet form

I think the form of Tricollet is very attractive and have over the years grown seedlings from it. Although it is technically 11a the form is so distinct that I…

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Help with identification — WWY-YYO large-cup

January 11, 2018
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Help with identification — WWY-YYO large-cup

Hello all! This one should be easy. My records indicate that this is April Queen, but I don’t believe it. Also, it’s not Flower Record, that’s for sure. Any ideas,…

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Single Chinese not sterile after all?

There are scientific journals out there that say  N. Tazetta ‘Chinese sacred lily’ or ‘Orientalis’ is sterile. This is because the plant is triploid with 30 chromosomes and this causes pollen…

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‘Verdant Sparks’

December 7, 2017
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My stocks of ‘Verdant Sparks’ have multiplied satisfactorily. It was down to only a couple of bulbs a few years ago.  Here is the row today with masses of the…

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New generation Autumn Colors

I had the pleasure of receiving the latest generation of Autumn Colors by Bill Welch this season. I spoke to him over the phone and he informed me that he…

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Cyclamineus x viridiflorus

November 28, 2017
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Here is a photo of a cyclamineus x viridiflorus cross that bloomed a few days ago. Of course, was hoping to get more green in the flower and a longer…

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