An annual for amateurs and specialists growing and showing daffodils, snowdrops and tulips.
The 80th edition of what began as the Daffodil Yearbook and has grown into the Daffodil, Snowdrop & Tulip Yearbook bring topical notes and articles, show reports, book reviews and news of awards to plants and people.
Christine Skelmersdale explains how to suceed with planting mixed bulbs in containers. Sally Kington recounts the lasting achievements of the RHS Daffodil and Tuli Committee.
Brian Duncan and fellow hybridizers from around the world consider the merits of the recent best all-white daffodils in division 2. While Harold Koopowitz reveals the potential for breeding miniature split coronas.
Matt Bishop's report on the snowdrop season delights in new snowdrops from the Ardennes available for the first time in England. Snowdrops selected and named from an old site in Norfolk are featured by Chris Grey-Wilson.
Meanwhile, John Page, who gives a fully illustrated account of the five Tulipa species found in Crete, also interviews Ron Blom, proprietor of Chelsea Gold Medalists Bloms Bulbs.