Welcome to the Washington Daffodil Society website
The Washington Daffodil Society is a nonprofit organization formed to promote the culture of daffodils. It is chartered in Washington, DC, with members located in the Nation’s capitol, surrounding States and and across the country.
The Society’s purpose is to:
- Stimulate interest in growing daffodils
- Promote public knowledge of daffodils
- Encourage public and private planting of daffodils
- Provide educational activities about the growing of daffodils for members and the public
Latest News –
*** Important Announcement: The 2020 WDS Daffodil Show has been canceled due to the Corona Virus (COVID-19) outbreak. Please stay safe and we will see you next year***
***WDS 2019 Bulb Order***
For two consecutive years, a WDS member has been awarded the ADS MidAtlantic Regional Service and Leadership Award, which is only attained after several years of dedicated service. At the WDS Fall quarterly meeting, held in McLean, VA, WDS Past President, Karen Cogar, received the award in acknowledgement of her many years of dedicated service for ADS at the local, regional, national and international level
2019 ADS Gold and Silver Medal Recipients were awarded on May 3, 2019 at the American Daffodil Society Convention in Bloomington, MN. Mary Darling from Washington, DC, was awarded the Silver Medal of the American Daffodil Society.
WDS President, Glenna Graves, from Harrisonburg, Virginia, awarded the Silver Medal of the American Daffodil Society at the ADS National Convention in Nashville, TN, April 2018.
Graham Phillips from Hamilton Waikato, New Zealand, pictured with Glenna, was also a medal winner at the awards banquet at the 2018 ADS National Convention in Nashville
Other 2018 ADS National Convention Accolades –
2016 World Convention – St. Louis, MO –
Glenna Graves wins Gold Ribbon with 2 Y-O Banker. Congratulations, Glenna!