- Daffodil Society Show 2019
- RHS Daffodil Show Wisley 2019
- Easter Greetings
- Daffodil Society Show at Pershore College this Easter Weekend
- Farewell Wendy Gillings and Thankyou
- S.E.E.D.S. Show 2019
- Peter Barr Memorial Cup 2019 – Congratulations
- 2019 Bulb Lottery
- RHS Early Competition
- Scotland’s Daffodil Festival -13th-14th April
- Daffodil Society Show – The Countdown
- RHS Daffodil Show Schedule
- An Urgent Appeal
- DS Journal 2019
Category Archives: Miscellaneous
Wishing all Daffodil Society members a Happy Easter This lovely cake was made by Evelyn Jane and auctioned at the DS Wessex show on Saturday 14 April. There were lots of bidders!
If anyone has an RHS Daffodil register they no longer require please contact Society judge Zara Evans who would love to replace hers. Please contact Zara at
Scented daffodils from the Scilly Isles are arriving in florists. They bring a lovely splash of colour and a room filling scent at this cold, dull time of year. They also make surprise Christmas gifts and Thank You presents. Check … Continue reading
The much loved scented Poeticus daffodil, commonly known as Pheasant’s Eye, has been the subject of research by the University of Reading and the RHS. They have succesfully mapped a daffodils chloroplast genome for the first time which is a … Continue reading
There is still just time to plant daffodils in pots so that you can have sweetly scented flowers in time for Christmas. They would also make an attractive Christmas present. For advice on which cultivars to choose and advice on … Continue reading
The Chairman and the Executive Committee wish all our Members at home and overseas a very Merry Christmas and a successful gardening year.
I wonder how arts and crafts people fail to notice that daffodils have 6 petals? Here is a lovely decorative gate in Ulverston, Cumbria and all the daffodils have 5 petals.
Here in the UK St David’s Day is celebrated on March 1st
British daffodils are now appearing in greengrocers, florists and supermarkets. Looking rather sad, piled one on another and without water they could easily be passed without a another glance. However these flowers, fresh cut and prepared in temperature controlled overnight … Continue reading