Historic daffodils are cultivars (not species) registered before 1940. This presentation is not intended for showing to audiences; it is a reference work consisting of slides of historic cultivars taken by Joe Hamm. There are 10 PDF files organized as a sequence of 5 manual advance and 5 automatic advance PDFs. The manual sequence and automatic sequence have the same pictures. In the manual advance files, you manually advance from one slide to the next. In the automatic advance file, the display automatically advances from one slide to the next provided you use Adobe Reader to display the file. Because the original slide collection is massive, we have divided it into five parts. Part 1 is Division 1 cultivars. Part 2 is Division 2 cultivars with yellow perianths. Part 3 is Division 2 cultivars with white perianths. Part 4 is Division 3, 4, 5, and 6 cultivars. Part 5 is Division 7, 8, 9, and 12 cultivars. The PDF files of course contain digitizations of the original slides. If you are not familiar with PDF, click on “About PDF” in the sidebar.
- Daffodil Types
- Exhibiting & Judging