W - GOO
Mid-Season to Late
Tall - greater than 67.5 cm (26.6 in)
Brian S. Duncan
Northern Ireland, UK
3 times as seed, 20 times as pollen
Fl. 110 mm wide; perianth segments very broadly ovate, truncate, prominently mucronate, pure white, spreading, shallowly concave, margins minutely incurling at apex, smooth, regular, overlapping half; inner segments more narrowly ovate, slightly mucronate, slightly inflexed, margins a little wavy; cup is disc-shaped, ribbed, opening deep orange, becoming yellow-orange, with green at base, mouth lightly frilled, deeply split, with overlapping lobes. Resembles a larger 'Omagh' of heavier substance with purer white perianth.
Named in memory of Doctor Hugh Watson, a founding member of the Northern Ireland Daffodil Group and a dear friend and traveling companion of the Duncans.
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