Features available to all DaffLibrary.org visitors
- Use the green menu bar with major categories to find a specific topic; hover your mouse cursor over a category to view and click on a sub-category.
- Use the “Search” panel to find information about a specific topic or a person anywhere in the library.
- Send questions or comments to us using the “Contact Us” link on the “American Daffodil Society” panel.
- Click on a publication to either download a PDF to your computer or go to another website to read your selection.
The green menu bar may become your favorite tool! It is the quickest way to find the publications that interest you.
Based on our review of existing publications, we selected specific categories. Please let us know if you think of another useful category. All publications are placed in one or more categories that best suit the subject.
Primary categories are:
- Catalogs – 1900 or Earlier, 1901-1940, 1940 -1970, 1971 -2000, 2001 to Present
- ADS Publications – ADS Daffodil Bulletin, ADS Yearbooks, ADS Journals, ADS Handouts, ADS Internet Presence, ADS Regional Newsletters, ADS Daffodil Show Results, ADS Youth Newsletters, ADS Databank, ADS Approved Show Schedules, Other ADS Publications
- Diseases and Pests – Bulb Fly, Pests, Diseases, Treatments, Research
- Science – Cytology, Hybridizing, Other Science
- Historic Publications
- Articles and Notes – Articles about Miniatures, Newspaper Clippings, Travel Notes, Other Articles 1600 to Present
- and More
Google™ Search Feature
The Search feature is intended to help you search or find a publication as quickly as possible.
For example, if you are interested in publications about how to recognize a virus on your daffodil foliage, you can go directly to the Diseases & Pests menu and review photos and descriptions. Or, you can simply look for the word “foliage” using the Search box with the word “Google™”. This function will search and return results from only within the DaffLibrary.org website.
We consider this feature a giant step towards continuing the American Daffodil Society’s mission to educate the public about daffodils.
Cherokee Garden Library and The Huntington Library are the American Daffodil Society designated libraries for the purpose of archival. Each of these nationally recognized libraries has extensive collections of horticulture and botany documents.
The Cherokee Garden Library at the Atlanta History Center in Atlanta, Georgia, is designated as the primary archival repository for single issues of American Daffodil Society books, journals, and other hard-copy materials. Click here for a current list of ADS items received by the Cherokee Garden Library.
The Huntington Library at The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens in San Marino, California is designated as the repository for multiple issues of American Daffodil Society hard-copy publications.