This one is close to yours, except its a double cup. This one also has a scent to it. The name is "something" Dragon, or Dragon "something. (that is all I remember, and that is lucky for me, too many of them to recall names, some stick some don't , I am not a plant label person, too many plants, too much work to that. As you see I have timed the boom of it with a nice color contract companion. ThscrubBoaz Daffodil has copper outer petals and a reddish orange middle.
Interesting theory. So far with my over 200Thousand bulbs, blooming for past 30 years have not seen that occur. I do have large groups of white and large groups of yellows, oranges, etc next to each other. so far none has changed.It's been my experience though, that the white varieties are actually dominant, so if planted alongside yellow ones, within a few years all of your blooms will be white. I have to keep planting yellow ones (which I like better) every couple of years in the area where the white has become dominant.
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