BrierglassProducing loads of tremendous long lasting and well formed flowers, I’m continually baffled why show judges seem to overlook this all-white variety. It has the rounded shape and overlapping petals they like; maybe the color is too creamy or perhaps the wide, more bowl shaped cup is believed less elegant than a longer corona. Yet it is this cup that rivets my eye to Brierglass, a daffodil that looks fresh in the garden for weeks. England’s John Lea did the breeding; posthumously registered by Clive Postles in 1985.




$5 each