- Rosemoor Spring Daffodil Competition
- The Late Irene Austin
- Daffodil trails at Threave, Dumfries & Galloway
- The host with the most
- Gill Griffin correct email address
- The George Tarry Award 2017
- Vic Coe Vice-President Presentation
- Blooming Lovely
- Scotland’s Daffodil Festival 2017 – More Information
- The Late Derrick Donnison-Morgan
- Changes to parking at our Coughton Court show.
- Membership cards required for Coughton Court
- The Daffodil Society Journal 2017
- Bere Ferrers Spring Show – change of date
Category Archives: RHS
The early date of the second weekend in March didn’t faze Ivor Clarke of Alveston, South Gloucestershire. All his entries at the RHS Daffodil competition at Rosemoor won first prizes and an immaculately grown and presented set of six blooms, … Continue reading
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.
Rae Beckwith has been honoured by the Royal Horticultural Society and presented with the Harlow Carr Award in recognition of his contribution to horticulture in the north of England. Rae is well known for his work with Britain in Bloom … Continue reading
With the first daffodils already in bloom now is the time to prepare for the show season. Don’t forget that Melanie Underwood, International Daffodil Registrar has created an abridged cumulative alphabetical list of all the newly registered daffodils that have appeared since … Continue reading
Schedules for Daffodil Society schedules are available from the RHS. Click here for the link. Show enquiries to Georgina Barter. Tel 020 7821 3142 georgina
The RHS reports the rediscovery of a late 19th century daffodil “The Countess of Annersley” in Co Down and Co Cork.
The Telegraph newspaper with free daffodil bag, when purchasing a copy of the newspaper, at RHS Cardiff Show on Saturday 15 April 2016.
Some of the winning entries from the RHS Show Photographs Courtesy of Michael Baxter Click on the images to enlarge
Congratulation to Richard Gillings for a superb winning Bowles Cup entry. 15 vases of 3 blooms grown to such a high standard and presented beautifully takes some doing. Richard also won the Guy Wilson Trophy with a fresh, clean set … Continue reading