Clicking on a maroon Division (including the two Borderline sections) will take you to the list of bulbs we currently offer for sale in that Division.
The Division and colour code (which is the convention currently in use) appear on the second line beneath the name. The lower case letter in brackets immediately after the colour code is the pre-1950 subdivision (where this existed), e.g. 2Y-YYO(a). The old divisional name [in square brackets] is given on the third line. In many cases this is the same as the existing name, but many old small- and large-cupped cultivars of pale colouring used to belong to Division 4, Leedsii, which was scrapped in 1950, and the varieties dispersed between Divisions 2 and 3, depending on cup-length, e.g. 3W-Y [Leedsii 4b]. For all entries, the breeder and an indication of when the daffodil was bred (or introduced) follow in parenthesis on the fourth line.
The price indicated is per bulb unless specified otherwise.
Why aren’t botanical taxa italicised? The Sales List is a “plug-in” so it is not possible to use both roman and italics in the headings.
We hope that How daffodils are grouped... might help explain the arrangement of daffodil varieties in the sales list. A word about flower variation… and …some of the daffodil names we use, which can be found under About Daffodils, might be helpful too.