- RHS Daffodil Show Schedule
- An Urgent Appeal
- DS Journal 2019
- Spare RHS Daffodil Register 2008?
- Daffodils at Cliveden 2019
- Wessex Group Newsletter
- Grab a Bunch of English Cheer
- Daffodil Show 20 & 21 April 2019
- Daffodil Society Annual General Meeting – 3rd March 2019
- Judges Test 2019
- Thriplow Daffodil Weekend & Country Fair Saturday 23-24 March
- Cotehele Daffodil Fortnight – 9 March – 24 March 2019
- Peter Barr – The Daffodil King in Tooting
- The Daffodil Triangle – 2019 Events
- Membership fees
Category Archives: Historic Daffodils
Cliveden is a National Trust property located in Taplow, Buckinghamshire. Vast quantities of narcissi are naturalised throughout the formal gardens – we assume the first bulbs were planted many decades ago, perhaps during the latter half of the 19th century. … 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.
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
If you are planning a trip to Cornwall in February 2017 here is an event you might like to consider. For more information click here.
The RHS reports the rediscovery of a late 19th century daffodil “The Countess of Annersley” in Co Down and Co Cork.
Committee members Michael and Sandra Baxter and Robin Crouchman visited Woburn Abbey at the invitation of the Head Gardener in order to view the many unknown daffodils flowering in the grounds. Without planting plans or some other provenance daffodil identification … Continue reading
The Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust is the custodian of the native wild daffodils in and around the “Golden Triangle” Their website has some fascinating interviews with local people reminiscing on the importance of the wild daffodil to the area. It also has … Continue reading
Cornwall has a long association with daffodil growing. For more than 100 years, generations of flower growers have sown and harvested the earliest daffodils in the country. Jean Carr has curated an exhibition at this year’s Falmouth Spring Flower Show … 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