March 10, 2010

Ice Follies

One of my favorite Large Cupped Daffodils, Ice Follies.


Some have been  here for years; most years I add more.


Ice Follies starts out with a yellow cup. It fades to almost white.
Just beginning to bloom, there are no mature blooms to show.

Said to be the world's third most numerous daffodil,
Ice Follies is a great landscape cultivar.
Here, under a seedling dogwood.

4 comments:

Curbstone Valley Farm said...

Beautiful daffodils Nell Jean, I really like this cultivar. One to add to my wish-list!

kenju said...

Very pretty. I think I have some of those, but mine haven't begun to bloom yet.

Jean said...

Wow, I didn't realize how big their cups were. I've been learning about daffs lately and I learned that Ice Follies are one of the better ones for our area (in the south).

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