Fortune
Clasificación:
2 Y-O[ Narcisos de Copa Grande ]
Temporada:
Early to Mid-Season
Altura:
Alto - más de 67.5 cm
Registrado:
Yes, antes de 1917
Premios:
This plant earned the Award of Merit (AM).

Given on the recommendation of Committees to plants which are of great merit for exhibition

*Award made after trial.

Qualified for garden decoration

Trial held at The RHS Garden, Wisley, Surrey, UK..

Awarded by the Royal Horticultural Society in 1947.
*AM(g)
1947; This plant earned the First Class Forcing Award (FCFA).

Awarded by the Dutch "Koninklijke Algemeene Vereeniging voor Bloembollencultuur" (KAVB), or in English, the "Royal General Bulbgrowers' Association" from Haarlem, the Netherlands, in 1935.
FCFA Haarlem
1935; This plant earned the Forcing Award (FA).

Awarded by the Dutch "Koninklijke Algemeene Vereeniging voor Bloembollencultuur" (KAVB), or in English, the "Royal General Bulbgrowers' Association" from Haarlem, the Netherlands, in 1934.
FA Haarlem
1934; This plant earned the First Class Certificate (FCC).

Given on the recommendation of Committees to plants of outstanding excellence 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 1927.
FCC Haarlem
1927; 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 1926.
AM Haarlem
1926; This plant earned the First Class Certificate (FCC).

Given on the recommendation of Committees to plants of outstanding excellence for exhibition.

Awarded by the Royal Horticultural Society in 1924.
FCC
1924; This plant earned the Certificate of Preliminary Commendation (PC).

Given on the recommendation of Committees to a new plant of promise for exhibition.

Awarded by the Royal Horticultural Society in 1923.
PC
1923;
Clase Especial:
Históricos de la ADS
Cromosomas:
28
Fertilidad:
de Semilla y Polen
Se utilizó como un padre o madre:
63 veces como semillas, 152 veces como el polen
Comentarios

Fl. 108 mm wide; perianth segments broadly ovate, blunt, slightly mucronate, brilliant yellow, spreading, overlapping half; the inner segments a little inflexed, somewhat creased and with margins nicked; corona short funnel-shaped, broad, smooth, strong orange, paler towards base, mouth straight, finely ribbed, with deeply overlapping lobes, lightly frilled.

Parentage could also be ‘M.J. Berkeley’ x ‘C.J. Backhouse’ or ‘King Alfred’.

Sydney B. Mitchell (California) in “Why I Grow Daffodils- and How” in The American Daffodil Year Book published by The American Horticultural Society 1936 “ stated: “Of the golden incomps., none equals Fortune, which is early, an advantage with us, vigorous, tall, long-stemmed, long-lasting and of fine color, the cup being particularly nicely flushed with red in some season when it opens in dull weather.

According to The American Horticultural Society’s 1937 issue of the The American Daffodil Year Book, Guy L. Wilson’s article “No doubt Fortune will be planted by everyone when it becomes sufficiently moderate in prices. I do not know of any daffodil which has a more splendidly reliable constitution It makes a very fine firm healthy bulbs, and I have never heard of it being sick or sorry in any part of the world where it has been grown”

Parent Notes from the RHS: “Possibly ‘M.J. Berkeley’ x (‘C.J. Backhouse’ or ‘King Alfred’); or ‘Sir Watkin’ x ‘Blackwell'”