Division 6
Cyclamineus Daffodils - One flower to a stem, perianth significantly reflexed and corona straight and narrow. Some exceptions exist.



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Bezzababe
Bezzababe
Bezzababe - 6Y-O
Sdlg. #1/88 = ( N. fernandesii x N. cyclamineus ), Glenbrook Bulb Farms, Tasmania, Pre-1992, 2-3
Very close to a miniature for us but listed by Rod Barwick as a standard Div. 6. Nice show flower that is in bloom during the main show season. The perianth segments are soft yellow, smooth, and gently reflex. The half length, rather bell shaped corona is a soft yellow with an orange cast and neatly serrated at the rim. Capable of winning in its class as well as useful for “balancing” other smaller upper division flowers in collection classes. These are acclimated bulbs. Please order early. Few.
$17.00 each
$ 17.00
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Duiker
Duiker
Duiker - 6Y-Y
Seedling # D1406 = Elfin Gold x N. cyclamineus; Brian S. Duncan, N. Ireland, 1997, 1-2
Sturdy Div. 6 that is truly multipurpose being a good show flower and prolific in the garden. Has the charisma and charm of 'Elfin Gold' but in a smaller, quite smooth flower. Strong grower and a fine increaser.
$10.00 each
$ 10.00
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First Born
First Born
First Born - 6YYW-GYP
Seedling # 81-60-1 = Milestone x Foundling, John R. Reed, USA, 1995, 3-4
I've always liked this intensely colored flower from our good friend, Dr. John Reed. Excellent show form with a good growth habit, superior color and elegant poise. Smooth, mid yellow perianth segments are narrowish with a slight reflex.The overall look is very reminiscent of the grace exhibited by a species type flower. The long corona sports a green eye merging to yellow that is perfectly complimented by a dark reddish pink for about half its length. The corona ends in a delightful frill. It rarely "catches" for us and can come velvety smooth. Still an exciting and most useful flower.
$7.00 each or 3 for $20.00
Units
$ 0.00
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Little Lulu
Little Lulu
Little Lulu - 6W-P
Seedling # V93-6-3 = (Reggae x Snipe), S. J. Vinisky, USA, 2006, 3
One we are really excited about. Small flowered with a pinky, orangish, salmony cup that is cute as a bug. Nicely reflexed white perianth has undeniable grace and presence. Thinner in substance than ideal but if keep moist will thicken up. Different than anything else. Good clumper and a healthy, strong grower. The initial release at auction raised $160.00 for the A.D.S. Probably not enough even at this price. Order early if you have to have it.
$36.00 each
$ 36.00
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Slipp'ry
Slipp'ry
Slipp'ry - 6W-W
Seedling # 14/87 = First Frost x N. cyclamineus; Glenbrook Bulb Farms; Tasmania, pre-1998, 1-2
An early white Div. 6 by Rod Barwick of Tasmania. I have found this a good seed parent in this most difficult color code. 15" to 16" in height with the classic backswept look of N. cyclamineus. Not as consistent as I'd like but can produce most useful show blooms.
$18.00 each
$ 18.00
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