Division 2
Large Cup Daffodils - One flower to a stem, corona (cup) more than one third but less than equal to the length of the perianth segments (petals).



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Amity Angel
Amity Angel
Amity Angel - 2W-W
Sdlg. #V89-41-9 = (‘Misty Glen’ x ‘Rhapsody’ ), S. J. Vinisky, USA, 2001, 3-4
Refined, smooth, wide and consistent come to mind as hallmarks of this exciting flower. Much earlier than its illustrious seed parent. Wide, ace of spades shaped perianth segments have a smooth, pearl like finish with heavy diamond dusting. The symmetrical, gently expanded funnel shaped corona is well proportioned with a lovely green cast in the throat. Has been in contention for Best in Show both as a Single Stem entry and Vase of Three. Highly consistent in giving pristine, refined show flowers. Good bulbs and a steady, sturdy grower. This has become an impressive show flower with presence and character. Much liked as a garden plant. A highly refined parent. Much recommended.
$13.00 each
$ 13.00
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Biligaana
Biligaana
Biligaana - 2W-Y
Seedling # 84-128-1= (Akala x Urbane), Robert Spotts, USA,1993, 2-3
Has become a favorite here for a number of reasons. Earliness, quality, really long lasting flowers and color are a few of them. The perianth is a rounded, double triangle shape with beautiful diamond dusting. The funnel shaped corona opens a clean yellow with a middle band having a hint of orange as in ‘Urbane’. It quickly passes to a clear yellow. Bobs breeding intent was for a trumpet with three bands of color. ‘Biligaana’ is a true large cup. An early show flower that lasts and gives many high quality blooms.
$10.00 each
$ 10.00
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Event Horizon
Event Horizon
Event Horizon - 2Y-R
Seedling # V92-137-25 = (Scarlet Chord x Uncle Duncan), S.J. Vinisky, USA, 2005, 2-3
Noted here for its consistent production of exquisite, deeply colored show flowers. A high quality introduction that will please the most discriminating exhibitor. Beautiful, rounded, crisp, clean yellow perianth is wide, smooth and overlapped. Rarely catches, nicks, or comes with mitten thumbs. The half length corona is evenly fluted, straight sided and is a rich, striking reddish/orange color. In winning collections and well liked in our exhibits. Fertile both ways, a good parent, and has fine health and vigor.
$24.00 each
$ 24.00
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Fogbound
Fogbound
Fogbound - 2W-W
Sdlg. # V95-32-9 = [(Broomhill x Vapor Trail) x Lady Diana ], S. J. Vinisky, USA, 2006, 3
Ethereal white flower that I consider to be tops for exhibition. The finest white flower I’ve released. Opens a pure, glistening white with a greenish eye. Unusually smooth pearl like texture with heavy substance. Unusually consistent in the production of show flowers. Opens at main midseason. Lots of comments in our exhibits. Rarely catches or “nicks” so almost every flower can be shown. Strong grower and good seeder. Only a few bulbs to go.
$36.00 each
$ 36.00
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Geometrics
Geometrics
Geometrics - 2W-Y
Seedling #MS42-30 = ( Precedent x ‘Camelot ), Sidney DuBose, USA, 1992, 2-3
A favorite. Absolute show perfection as far as its form. Aptly named, it grows with precision and is rated with the highest marks for consistency. The milk white perianth is flat, smooth, wide and is complimentary to the straw yellow, short tubular cup. Fertile as both a seed and pollen parent, it is transmitting its superb form to its progeny. A ‘must have’ for showing and hybridizing. Clearly one of the best show flowers in this list based on its “wins” in shows across the USA and now overseas. An A.D.S. Pannill Award Winner in 2001. One tip of Sids was to refrigerate the cut bloom to intensify the yellow in the cup. Highly fertile both ways and a fascinating parent. Much recommended.
$10.00 each
$ 10.00
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Heart Fire
Heart Fire
Heart Fire - 2W-P
Seedling # V93-113-9 = Cape Point x Fine Romance, S. J. Vinisky, USA, 2010, 4
Without a doubt, one of the finest overall rated pink flower that I've raised. Should be held for another season or two but is increasing well. The photo says it all. The outstanding thick and ultra smooth perianth is wide and well overlapped. The corona has a squarish form as in its pollen parent. The corona has a deeper color value than does either parent. Combines the finest qualities of both parents. Remarkably consistent in producing exhibition caliber flowers that can compete and win against other flowers of this quality. I believe that exhibitors will come to cherish this dependable flower. Few available and I expect it will sell out.
$125.00 each
$ 125.00
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Katie Page
Katie Page
Katie Page - 2Y-YPP
Seedling # V95-309-14 = Capree Elizabeth x American Heritage; S. J. Vinisky, USA, 2007, Season 3
First listing of this intensely colored much requested, utterly lovely yellow pink. Mid-yellow, ultra smooth, wide perianth is a perfect foil for the bright rose pink, straight sided and fluted corona that is finished with a deep reddish pink band at the mouth. It has a precise white halo at the base of the perianth. The flower is notable for the intense color values. A refined show flower with almost perfect pose. Much liked and noted by the few that have it for evaluation. Strong grower with vigorous increase and great bulbs. Unusually consistent in the production of beautiful show caliber blooms. You can tell that I think highly of this as this flower is named for my eldest granddaughter.
$48.00 each
$ 48.00
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Old Flame
Old Flame
Old Flame - 2W-Y(v)
Seedling #V93-323-16 = Homestead x S111-16 (DuBose); S. J. Vinisky, USA, 2011, Season 3-4
A show flower that is large yet refined. It opens a creamy yellow, spends most of its life as a bicolor and in hot weather may become ivory white as the flower goes over. Gorgeous glaucous blue green foliage that is healthy and strong growing. Fine pose, stem and neck. As with its seed parent 'Homestead', the flower improves on the plant widening as it changes from soft yellow to bicolor. Patient exhibitors that wait to cut this flower will reap the rewards. The perianth segments are quite wide with a smooth, glistening finish. Each segment has the classic ace of spades shape. The half length corona is gently frilled and rarely catches. An introduction that will please exhibitors as it is a high quality, consistent flower.
$30.00 each
$ 30.00
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Pacific Monarch
Pacific Monarch
Pacific Monarch - 2Y-Y
Sdlg. # V88-19-1 = (D846 x ‘Gold Convention’), S. J. Vinisky, USA, 2003, 3
A brilliant yellow reminiscent of the butterfly (which is where the name originates). I’ve often said, “ The world DOES NOT need any more 2Y-Y’s unless it is sensational”. I believe that this flower may potentially qualify. Highly consistent (unusually consistent in fact) with literally every bloom being able to be cut. Has drawn much enthusiastic comment both staged in Vases of Three and growing in the fields. The precisely sculptured perianth segments lightly overlap and have the same “polished gold” texture and quality as its pollen parent. Excellent pose and neck with beautiful bulbs also being a constant. The refined corona is a few shades darker yellow, evenly fluted and slightly expanded at the mouth. One of our most consistent show flowers.
$15.00 each
$ 15.00
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Pearl Sheen
Pearl Sheen
Pearl Sheen - 2W-W
Seedling #V94-149-6 = Peggy White x Quiet Waters; S. J. Vinisky, USA, 2011, Season 4
A pristine, often flawless, pure white that has been an unusually consistent show flower for us. Another dream cross that combines Bill Pannill's exceptional 'Peggy White' with John Pearson's immaculate 'Quiet Waters'. Two of the finest show whites blended into a really exciting flower that has drawn rave reviews and many favorable comments. Wide, silken smooth segments provide a perfect foil for the 3/4 length fluted cup. As with both parents, it rarely nicks or mitten thumbs. Almost every flower may be cut and exhibited. Superb finish and substance with a silken texture. The corona is fluted and highly symmetric. A well balanced flower that displays both grace and character. Ideal neck and pose. Much recommended as a show flower.
$40.00 each
$ 40.00
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Petticoat Junction
Petticoat Junction
Petticoat Junction - 2W-P
Seedling # V93-180-9 = (Aimee Joy x Refrain), S.J. Vinisky, USA, 2006, 3
A subtle and sophisticated pink that flowers during the main show season. The broad, ultra smooth, white perianth segments are waxy and have a tailored, polished finish. The corona is half length and clear, soft rose-salmon pink. Strong increaser growing with health and vigor. Has been a dependable, choice show flower for us. In many successful collections while under number. Will please the discriminating exhibitor. Fertile both ways.
$25.00 each
$ 25.00
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Pink Revival
Pink Revival
Pink Revival - 2W-P
Seedling # V91-91-3 = Quasar x Gracious Lady; S. J. Vinisky, USA, 2010, Season 4
A large flower (108mm id.) that can be breathtaking. Not as consistent as I'd like but the size, texture and substance can be superb. Intense salmon pink coloration in the corona. The perianth is usually quite smooth with a soft, almost velvety finish. Another flower that has had much favorable comment from both visitors and in commercial displays. Has been runner up in both the Rose Ribbon and Best in Show. Will please exhibitors.
$24.00 each
$ 24.00
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Red Storm
Red Storm
Red Storm - 2O-RRR
Seedling #V94-46-7 = [Flora Brava x (Scarlet Chord x Desert Storm)] , S. J. Vinisky, USA, 2011, Season 2-3
'Red Storm' has the deepest, darkest color value of any Y-R that I have yet flowered. Color coded as above pending RHS approval because the stunning corona displays two very different shades of red. The rim is several shades darker red than the corona which is dark reddish orange deep into the throat. The perianth is an unusually intense dark golden yellow verging on orange. Early and of average consistency. I do find that it does burn after several days. Have been given great reports on it from California, Texas, Virginia, and the Carolinas. A flower that combines three distinct breeding lines.
$28.00 each
$ 28.00
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Salmon Circle
Salmon Circle
Salmon Circle - 2W-WWP
Seedling # V87-32-9 = (Broomhill x Eileen Squires), S. J. Vinisky, USA, 2000, 4
Our first introduction which has now been highly awarded. Introduced due to the many favorable comments from visitors. Broomhill has given the whiteness as well as the flawless polished texture and the nearly extinct, super rare, ‘Eileen Squires’ added width and overlap to the perianth as well as adding depth of color. Fine smooth, wide, glistening texture has ideal balance between the perianth and corona. The bowl shaped corona has a bright, intense, reddish salmon pink rim about a third of an inch wide. Tall, strong stems, good neck, and a fine pose. Will maintain quality and grow large on the plant. A superb show flower that is very consistent.
$14.00 each
$ 14.00
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Seashell Pink
Seashell Pink
Seashell Pink - 2W-P
Seedling # V96-141-19=[(Geometrics x Magician) x Cherrygardens]; S. J. Vinisky, USA, Season 4
Wide, velvety smooth, pristine white, ace of spades shaped perianth segments form a rounded flower. The cup is reminiscent of the shape of the cup in 'Geometrics' but is a deep, dark, rich pink. Has superb substance. Again has been a successful show flower for us appearing in many winning collections. Strong grower.
$25.00 each
$ 25.00
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Silver Maiden
Silver Maiden
Silver Maiden - 2W-W
Seedling # V93-93-4 = Calcite x Y3-4 (Evans 1W-W); S. J. Vinisky, USA, 2010, Season 4
Medium size often close to perfect show flower. I like to think that Murray Evans would have made this exact cross in order to combine the wonderful characteristics of both parents. 'Calcite' contributes the lovely icy whiteness and heavy substance while the Y3-4 parent gives the great neck, health and strong bulbs. Has a pristine, soft finish to the perianth that stands out. This has been an excellent choice for visually "balancing" the larger collection classes. Quite dependable producer of top level show blooms here.
$34.00 each
$ 34.00
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Sorcerer’s Apprentice
Sorcerer’s Apprentice
Sorcerer’s Apprentice - 2Y-P
Seedling # V92-150-9 = (Lorikeet x Twilight Zone), S.J. Vinisky, USA, 2005, 3
Has been up for Best in Show at the National Convention (‘Sundust’ of Clive Postles won the honors) and is a consistent, show worthy, yellow-pink. Ultra smooth, wide and well overlapped with a clear, medium yellow color that stands out. The dark pink corona reminds me of ‘Lorikeet’s’ corona but with a deeper, more intense color. It is nicely expanded and frilled at the mouth. A bold corona yet visually balanced. A potent parent and strong seeder. Unusual quality for such a frilled corona. Strong grower.
$18.00 each
$ 18.00
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Southern Belle
Southern Belle
Southern Belle - 2Y-P
Seedling # V93-23-3 = (Memento x Filoli), S. J. Vinisky, USA, 2006, 3
A main season, prime show flower that is highly consistent and a very dependable. I’ve had trouble photographing this flower to my satisfaction as the coloration is a soft pastel shade. The photo does convey the form and texture. The wide, overlapped segments have the polish and satin like finish of Clive Postle’s superb ‘Filoli’ combined with the color of Grant Mitsch’s ‘Memento’. The corona is an expanded funnel shape and is evenly fluted at the brim. The corona color is difficult to describe but utterly lovely. The color is reminiscent of Elise Havens ‘Magic Lantern’. The cup is a pastel, pinky, salmony, pinky/orange that is hard to quantify (and photograph!) but stunning to observe. Lovers of the quieter, subtle shades now available in daffodils will have something to treasure in this flower. Gives a very high percentage of show caliber flowers. Featured in many, many winning collections. Recommended.
$16.00 each
$ 16.00
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