- Funeral arrangements for Mr Vic Coe
- The Late Vic Coe
- RHS Daffodil, Snowdrop & Tulip Yearbook 2018
- Scented Daffodils for Christmas?
- Mid Southern Daffodil Group
- Daffodil Society Presentation Night
- Breaking the Daffodil DNA Code
- Daffodils in Flower Indoors for Christmas
- DS. Wessex group AGM confirmation
- DS: Wessex Group AGM 2018
- The late Mr Ken Bacon
- The Daffodil Society Wessex Group – Show Report Sunday 8th April 2018
- Daffodil Society Late Competition 2018
- RHS Late Daffodil Competition – Harlow Carr 2018
- Society Vice Presidents – Congratulations
Category Archives: Garden Daffodils
Interested in historic daffodils? There are some interesting cultivars to be found at Threave Garden and Estate. Read more here With thanks to The Garden journal.
Nothing says English springtime like a carpet of daffodils. Read more in Rachel de Thame’s article in the Sunday Times 5 March 2017. Click here You may be required to supply a few personal details to read the full article.
Tete a Tete miniature daffodils are blooming everywhere! Short and weatherproof they seem to have become the favourite for municipal planting schemes, narrow garden borders and pots and troughs. The small starry flowers are bright and cheerful and often throw … Continue reading
This corner of Axbridge, Somerset always has a lovely welcoming display of early daffodils. This photo was taken on February 1 2017 but they must have been in flower a week or two earlier.
The National Garden Bureau was set up in the USA in 1920 to provide basic instruction in backyard gardening and create a population of gardeners. Every year they select one popular, easy to grow, widely adaptable, genetically diverse and versatile bulb … Continue reading
Children are often fascinated about how things grow and Richard Gillings has ensured his love of Daffodils is passed onto his grandchildren in a lovely fun and educational project that they can take part in with their school friends. Daffodils … Continue reading
In August 2013 we reported on the benevolence of Keith Owen who bequeathed a substantial sum of money to the coastal town of Sidmouth in order to maintain the beauty of the area he loved. Daffodil planting started in 2013 … Continue reading
The National Trust garden in garden, the former home of Reginald Cory a pioneer breeder of hardy garden plants, will soon be planting a newly launched daffodil. Scamp Quality daffodils presented “Dyffryn”, meaning valley, to the National Trust at the … Continue reading
Carol Klein interviewed Cornish Daffodil breeder, Ron Scamp in the Friday 28th March edition of the BBC2 gardening programme, “Gardener’s World”. See the interview here
There are over 300 daffodil cultivars planted at Cotehele, some of them dating back to the seventeenth century. Inspired by these early and unusual flowers the garden team at Cotehele successfully applied for project funding to research the historic varieties … Continue reading