American Daffodil Society National Conventions are great fun, and in 2004 we got to visit the garden of Kathy Welsh. The most robust clump of daffodils amongst the hundreds and hundreds of varieties she grows was Anatolia. Wide-leaved and full of gorgeous large thick-substanced flowers, it was almost shrub-like. The petals are a deep lemon with a white halo surrounding the base of the vibrant yellow cup. A beautiful garden and exhibition flower. A Mitsch introduction from 1995.



Later Season


$8 each, 3/$20