American Daffodil Society Web-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.
Located at https://daffodilusa.org/
Our membership is from 48 states and a variety of countries around the world. On our ADS Home Page website you will find general guidelines and sources for growing and caring for your daffodils as well as information about our society and activities.
This is the place where all society activities such as announcements, meetings, conventions, and other events are announced. You may contact our Executive Director or other ADS officers here.
Located at https://stores.daffodilusastore.org/
The ADS Web-store is hosted by a well managed e-commerce company. The ADS Web-store is our preferred method of payment for memberships, conventions, donations, show supplies, and all other ADS products. Web-store transactions have reduced our shipping time and have stream-lined communication between our Executive Director and ADS Committee Chairs.
The American Daffodil Society Web-store provides a convenient method for people to easily join the American Daffodil Society. One can also buy presentations, books, and show supplies. There are daffodil programs and presentations as well as historical documents on CDs and DVDs. Donate money to honor or pay tribute to someone special or to support our Internet resources and operating costs. to spring conventions and fall forums.
This unique daffodil photo database is a query system sponsored by the American Daffodil Society for the purpose of providing useful information and photos to our Internet visitors. DaffSeek currently has over 33,000 data records for daffodil varieties.
There are more than 38,000 photographs in the database, so the system provides a means to identify many daffodils visually. Photos were contributed by hundreds of photographers throughout the world representing many countries. The photo you see may have been of a flower growing in Australia, the United Kingdom, New Zealand, the Netherlands, the United States, or many other countries.
This daffodil discussion forum is located at https://daffnet.org/
An international discussion forum about daffodils, disease, hybridizing, and sharing beautiful photographs and more.
Dafflibrary is located at https://dafflibrary.org/
The American Daffodil Society Library 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.
Our presentation and video site is located at https://dafftube.org/
Presentations both, video and PowerPoint, worthy for audiences of gardeners and experts alike. Its purpose is to provide access to presentations related to daffodils. The set of presentations consists of PDF files of “slide” programs, videos and other appropriate media. The presentations vary widely in their intended audiences. Some are of general interest that may be shown to groups and include scripts to read to the audience; others are more specialized and intended for individual study.
Located at https://photo-show.daffodilusa.org/
The ADS hosts a web site specifically for the Fall and Spring daffodil photography shows. The decision about when to hold a photography show is determined each year.
We encourage amateur photographers to enter their daffodil related photos in various contexts.
Both a “Juried” committee of judges and the “Public” will vote on all entered photos. The judges announce their awards via ZOOM video conferencing sessions. We host the award photographs on our servers for about a month after each photography show.
We hope you will join us in the future when we announce our next Daffodil Photography Show!