To me, the best early white daffodil. A prolific bloomer and increaser, with flowers held above the foliage for optimum viewing. I'll snap many worthy blooms to take to the show but always make sure to revisit the row just before leaving, as there always seems to be more perfect flowers I somehow missed earlier. This is one of those varieties that has all the attributes one could want in a daffodil--good garden plant, show flower, and cut flower. In fact, it was recently named one of the top fifteen daffodils of all time by the Royal Horticultural Society. From F.E. Board of England, 1965.