The American Daffodil Society (ADS) was founded in 1954 to promote wider interest in daffodils; to encourage scientific research and education on daffodil culture, breeding, diseases, pests, exhibiting, and testing; to encourage, coordinate, and sponsor shows and exhibitions of daffodils; to record and disseminate horticultural information about daffodils and issue publications for such purpose; and to register daffodil varieties and standardize their names in cooperation with international authorities. To that end, the ADS provides a suite of Internet websites and publishes The Daffodil Journal quarterly, which cover all aspects of daffodil culture, breeding, and exhibition.
The mission of the American Daffodil Society is to be 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.
We invite you to join the ADS!
The ADS is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, educational, charitable organization supported by memberships.Memberships are available for individuals, youth, households and organizations. To become member, visit this web page: Join the American Daffodil Society. Membership includes supporting ADS Internet websites and receiving quarterly issues of The Daffodil Journal, regional newsletters, invitation to annual national conventions, and an opportunity to become a registered judge of daffodils.
For more information about the American Daffodil Society
American Daffodil Society, Inc.
Attn: Executive Director
3670 E. Powell Rd
Lewis Center, OH 43035
For more information about the American Daffodil Society, you may contact the
Executive Director, by clicking on this link: ADS Executive Director
Visit the American Daffodil Web Site