Category: Bulb Information

Information about condition and health of bulbs.

Oakwood Daffodils

Dear friends, Dr. John Reed’s former assistant and the new owner of Oakwood Daffodils, Julie Martin, has updated the contact information for Oakwood Daffodils.   The new email address is .   Additionally, Oakwood Daffodils’s bulbs will be available on…

An invitation for all to register for the American Daffodil Society Virtual Fall Forum 2020

I am cordially inviting all DaffNet participants to register for our upcoming virtual symposium, Visionary Venture. Registration is OPEN and is $25 for ADS members registering before 31 AUG and $35 beginning 1 SEP.  Non ADS members registration fee is…

Sussex conservation of “Noel Burr” cultivars.

Our Sussex group of Plant Heritage decided we would try to conserve “Noel Burr” cultivars. I have been so impressed with them compared with common or garden Daffodils that I am really getting into them and have joined various Daffodil…

Daffodil Season Is Almost Here!

As you wander around our countrysides, you can see daffodils growing – and many blooming already! Daffodil season is here! Different daffodils respond to our Spring climate in different ways. Each bulb has a natural trigger that causes it to…