Hello All - All 5 of my choices would be daffodils. There are quite a few available now that have both orange perianths and coronas. They glow in the garden and bring people at a trot across a show tent. Brian Duncan of N. Ireland can be credited with hybridizing the majority of them. And while the RHS color codes some of the cups as R (red), it's orange. 1. 'Bailey' 2 O-O 2. 'Creag Dubh' 2 O-R 3. 'Cosmic Dance' 2 O-R 4. 'Bandesara' 3 O-R 5. 'Bossa Nova' 3 O-R My honorable mentions are 'Ambergate' and 'Red Hot'. Both are older and don't have the substance of the newer varieties but they bloom earlier and are welcome sights. Linda Wallpe Cincinnati Z6a, ready for spring but with only one daffodil stem in bloom and snow on the ground. ________________________________________________________________ The best thing to hit the Internet in years - Juno SpeedBand! Surf the Web up to FIVE TIMES FASTER! Only $14.95/ month - visit http://www.juno.com/ to sign up today!