(Leeds, E., pre-1877)
A fitting daffodil to be named after the tall and elegant artist, architect, keen plantsman and friend of Oscar Wilde. Has long and slender perianth segments. The regularly-flanged corona is quirkily mis-shapen, like a Trilby pinched on one side only. We formerly sold a stock of this as TOROSAY ELEGANCE, but with time have come to recognize that the two are indistinguishable.