Over the years, members of the Georgia Daffodil Society have helped spread the cheer of daffodils in many ways. We have donated bulbs to schools and rehabilitation facilities, public gardens and cemeteries. We have also rescued daffodils from the bulldozer, giving some new lives in public spaces and others new lives through our bulb sales.
Hawthorne Elementary School
Hawthorne School NaturTrailia Project
A. G. Rhodes Health & Rehab
At Wesley Woods
Horticultural Therapy Program
1819 Clifton Road
Atlanta GA 30329
LeConte-Woodmanston Plantation and Botanical Garden
Hills and Dales Estate
Historic Oakland Cemetery
Daffodils rescued from Dawsonville, courtesy of local GDS members, and transplanted to Oakland in a multi-year project. Daffodil is the old Georgia heirloom trumpet N. pseudonarcissus, sometimes called “Lent lily” in the trade.
Daffodils rescued from the old Hastings farm site now lost to pine trees, from the family’s original daffodil test bed dating to the early 1920s. So far two varieties have bloomed – Queen of the North and Aspasia.