Daffoidil Wister Winners
    Selected by the American Daffodil Society

 

As we approach bulb-planting season this fall, it's time to consider which bulbs you should be ordering. Order now for best selection. Our October magazine will feature an article about how to achieve multiple seasons of color through bulbs that will do well in your state. Below is a list of the American Daffodil Society Wister award winners. For more photos and information on these and other daffodils, see the database of the American Daffodil society, Daffseek.org.

Previous Daffodil Wister Winners (1985 through 2009)

  1. 'Stratosphere', a yellow and orange jonquil hybrid, several blooms per stem,
    Zones:
    4-9 - 1985 See Photo

  1. 'Accent', a white and pink large-cupped daffodil, Zones: 4-8 - 1987   See Photo

  1. 'Ice Follies', a white large-cupped daffodil which opens with a yellow cup, Zones: 4-8 - 1992 See Photo

  1. 'Sweetness', an all yellow, fragrant jonquil hybrid, Zones: 4-9 - 1993 See Photo

  1. 'Ceylon', a yellow and orange large-cupped daffodil, Zones: 4-8 - 1994 See Photo

  1. 'Salome', a white and pink large-cupped daffodil with a yellow rim on the cup, Zones: 4-8 - 1995 See Photo

  1. 'Peeping Tom', a yellow cyclamineus hybrid daffodil, 1996

  1. 'Rapture', an all yellow cyclamineus hybrid daffodil, Zones: 4-8 - 1997 See Photo

  1. 'Intrigue', a jonquil hybrid with yellow petals and a white cup, several blooms per stem, Zones: 4-9 - 1998   See Photo

  1. 'Tripartite', a split-corona hybrid, with several blooms per stem, Zones: 4-9 - 1999   See Photo

  1. 'Monal', a yellow and red large-cupped daffodil, Zones: 4-8 - 2000 See Photo

  1. 'Golden Aura', an all yellow large-cupped daffodil, 2001 See Photo

  1. 'Bravoure', a strong-growing trumpet daffodil with white petals and a yellow cup, Zones: 4-8 - 2002 See Photo
  1. 'Tahiti', a yellow and orange double daffodil, strong stems, Zones: 3-8 - 2003 See Photo

  1. 'Segovia', a miniature daffodil, Zones: 4-8 - 2004 See Photo

  2. 'Fragrant Rose', a later blooming pink and white daffodil with perfect form,
    Zones:
    4-8 -
    2005 See Photo

  3. 'Dainty Miss', intermediate- size, all white flower, 2006 See Photo

  4. 'Camelot', all yellow large-cupped daffodil, 2007

  5. 'Chromacolor' , a white and pink large-cupped daffodil, Zones: 4-8 - 2007 See Photo

  6. 'Hillstar' , a jonquil hybrid with a white halo on the yellow petals and yellow at the base of the white cup, several blooms per stem, Zones: 4-9 - 2007 See Photo

  7. 'Merlin', a small-cupped daffodil with white petals and a yellow cup rimmed in red, Zones: 3-8 - 2007 See Photo

  8. 'Quail', a jonquil hybrid, several blooms per stem, fragrant, Zones: 4-9 - 2007 See Photo

  9. 'Falconet', a tazetta hybrid with yellow petals and a small red cup, several blooms per stem, fragrant, Zones: 5-9 - 2007 See Photo

  10. 'Kokopelli', an all yellow jonquil hybrid with several small blooms per stem, Zones: 4-8 - 2007 See Photo

  11. 'Saint Keverne', an all yellow large-cupped daffodil, Zones: 4-8 - 2007 See Photo

  12. 'Resplendent', a red and yellow large-cupped daffodil, 2007

  13. 'Brackenhurst', a red and yellow large-cupped daffodil, 2008

  14. 'Hawera', a miniature yellow triandrus hybrid with several blooms per stem, Zones: 4-9 - 2008 See Photo

  15. 'Crackington', a yellow and orange double daffodil, 2009


  16. 'Misty Glen', an all white large-cupped daffodil, Zones: 4-8 - 2010 See Photo

  17. Dreamlight', a historic daffodil with white petals and a small cupped edged in red, Zones: 4-8 - 2010 See Photo

  18. 'Sun Disc', a miniature all yellow daffodil, Zones: 4-9 - 2010 See Photo

 

Photos courtesy of brentandbeckysbulbs.com and daffseek.org.

 

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