American Daffodil Society

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American Daffodil Society

The American Daffodil Society (ADS) was founded in 1954 to promote wider interest in daffodils; to encourage scientific research and education on daffodil culture, breeding, diseases, pests, exhibiting, and testing; to encourage, coordinate, and sponsor shows and exhibitions of daffodils; to record and disseminate horticultural information about daffodils and issue publications for such purpose; and to register daffodil varieties and standardize their names in cooperation with international authorities. To that end, the ADS publishes quarterly The Daffodil Journal, a 64-page magazine that covers all aspects of daffodil culture, breeding, and exhibition.




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