American Daffodil Society Sites
The American Daffodil Society (ADS) is an internationally recognized not-for-profit association of individuals, organizations, companies, and /or universities dedicated to the encouragement of widespread interest in daffodils, and to research and education with respect to their culture, breeding, preservation, diseases, pests, testing and exhibition.
The ADS, founded in 1954, is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, educational, charitable organization supported by individual, household, and organizational memberships.
ADS Home Page
Our main site is The United States Center for Daffodil Information
The American Daffodil Society Library
This site contains Documents, Catalogs, and Journals about daffodils including scientific publications, newspaper articles, historical literature. The ADS has been gathering materials about daffodils over the past 60 years, and we make them available as items are scanned and permissions gained (when copyrights require it).
There is a wide range of articles: some scientific, some about miniature daffodils, some about the health of daffodils, and some about daffodils growing in their native habitats written by those who’ve searched for them over the years. You’ll find a large compilation of daffodil catalogs from growers around the world, some dating back to the late 1800s. ADS Journals dating back to the 1960’s are also available.