Given on the recommendation of Committees to plants which are of great merit for exhibition
Qualified as a show flower.
Awarded by the Royal Horticultural Society in 1929. AM(e) 1929; This plant earned the Award of Merit (AM).
Given on the recommendation of Committees to plants which are of great merit for exhibition.
Awarded by the Dutch "Koninklijke Algemeene Vereeniging voor Bloembollencultuur" (KAVB), or in English, the "Royal General Bulbgrowers' Association" from Haarlem, the Netherlands, in 1928. AM Haarlem 1928;
Perianth is ivory white; cup is disc-shaped with an eye of solid rich dark red; There is a question if the seed parent is ‘Will Scarlett’?
According to The American Horticultural Society’s 1937 issue of the The American Daffodil Year Book, Guy L. Wilson’s article “Some Modern Daffodils for Garden Decoration” states: “Sunstar, a late flower close to Poeticus in character, has broad milk white perianth of much substance and dark solid red eye; it has ample vigor, but should be planted in half shade to enjoy its color.”