In my opinion, still the finest daffodil with white petals and a large all orange/red cup that combines garden worthiness with show capability. Most of the varieties trialed so far in this class either have cup colors that quickly fade in intensity, or worse yet, burn in the sun. Many also seem to be at best, mediocre growers. Young Blood was a huge step forward with all of the above concerns, plus produces an acceptable looking bulb. From Brian Duncan of Northern Ireland, 1983.