A double yellow named for the Dutch holiday that was long celebrated on April 30. (Now that the Dutch have a king, they celebrate King’s Day—on his birthday, April 27.) A beautiful, perhaps even regal daffodil.
Queen’s Day is itself a celebration of what hybridizers can achieve—a sunny, beautifully shaped flower produced by a robust bulb. Will it wait until the end of April to bloom? Probably not, but you’ll be glad to have Queen’s Day on whatever schedule it prefers.
Deer and Rodent Proof