An old daffodil, thought to be lost, has been found and is thriving. I was delighted to see it growing today at the National Botanic Gardens, Kilmacurragh. For the best account of its background read Terence Reeves-Smyth’s paper.
Narcissus ‘Countess of Annesley’ An Irish cultivar presumed extinct – alive and well Narcissus ‘Countess of Annesley’, a late nineteenth century, large early-flowered daffodil that originated at Castlewellan in Co. Down, Northern Ireland, and long presumed extinct, has recently been found alive and well in a number of Irish gardens. The discovery was […]