It's impossible not to be charmed by daffodils. And when you realise how many types there are these spring bulbs become really interesting. There are famous daffodil collections, and daffodil societies in many countries.
Mooseys is lucky to be situated near a well known New Zealand daffodil collection, begun by the late David Bell. It's a pity that the Moosey Daffodil Policy is unfortunately rather random!
Whether your interest is specific or vague, there is a lot to learn about these cheerful spring flowers. Or perhaps you just want to increase your own daffodil plantings. The following website links may be useful. If you have a daffodil related website we've missed, please let us know.
Daffodil websites & information
- David Bell Daffodils
- New Zealand readers will definitely be interested in this site...
- American Daffodil Society
- The American Daffodil Society celebrate their golden anniversay July 15 2004. They are the US Center for Daffodil Information and have a wealth of daffodil growing tips, photographs and links.
- Marie Curie Cancer Care Daffodil Campaign
- Eggy used to work as a Network Analyst for Marie Curie Cancer Care, one of the UK's leading Cancer Charities. Marie Curie's annual daffodil campaign is underway.
- Royal Horticultural Society International Daffodil Register
- Search the Royal Horticultural Societies extensive daffodil Register & Classifed Lists
- Northern California Society Growing Tips
- Some sound Daf growing tips advice from the North Californian Daffodil Society. Also has a good selection of other Daffodil related resources and links.