W - O
Mid-Season to Late
Standard - 32.5 to 67.5 cm (12.8 to 26.6 in)
William F.M. Copeland
pre 1913, registered with the RHS
Division 9 seedling
Both Seed and Pollen fertile
10 times as seed, 1 times as pollen
Fl. 95-100 mm wide; perianth and other petaloid segments broadly ovate, blunt or somewhat truncate, glistening white, with creamy sulfur yellow at base, overlapping; the outer whorl spreading or a little inflexed, mucronate; the inner whorl of about the same length, less noticeably mucronate, a little inflexed, with margins incurling; three white segments at center shorter, strongly inflexed, with margins deeply incurled; corona segments very short, some interspersed among the petaloid segments, some clustered at center and almost continuous, orange, with a broad suffusion of scarlet-orange at rim, frilled. Scented.
Named after the hybridizer's daughter, Mary Copeland. This daffodil was registered one year after Mary's birth.
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