Cameo Flare - “Flare”, when used to describe a feature of a daffodil, generally refers to a gradual outward spreading at the tip of the flower’s cup. In the case of Cameo Flare the word does not apply to the cup’s form, but rather to its blazing orange-red color. The petals are an illuminating yellow. This “yellow-red” blooms late midseason (a time when quality flowers in this color code can be lacking), making it a very useful exhibition flower. Registered by Peter Ramsay in 2004. 2Y-R                                                           

                                                                                                    $36 each