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Daffodil expert and six-time Best of the Show winner Ron Scamp, who organised the dedication, said: "A very bold and yellow trumpet daffodil was chosen, it is truly beautiful.
Red Schizostylis coccinea 'Major', russet-coloured Helenium 'Moerheim Beauty', cool yellow Phygelius aequalis 'Yellow Trumpet', blue Agapanthus Headbourne Hybrids and bright blue Aster frikartii 'Monch' all provide late colour.
They are always modest, slightly nodding, with very pale petals behind the yellow trumpet. Cenhinen Bedr has nearly another 20 Welsh names, including Bodau Dewi.
In early spring, the Little Beauty emerges, opening white petals to reveal a yellow trumpet.
Look out for Phygelius aequalis 'Yellow Trumpet' or P.
Native daffodils have light yellow petals and a darker yellow trumpet. They are much smaller than common hybrid species.
There are small, early kinds such as little February Gold; Wordsworth's "host of golden daffodils," the native Narcissus pseudonarcissus or Lent lily, 15cm-22cm (6in-9in) tall with a yellow trumpet and cream petals; the Tenby daffodil, Narcissus obvallaris , of similar size but with golden trumpet and petals; and big, bright show-offs such as Carlton; and miniature species like the hoop-petticoat daffodil, Narcissus bulbocodium.
These are a very early-flowering yellow trumpet daffodil with an enormous cup.
He has christened his other new bloom, which features a large yellow trumpet, after Gateshead's Whickham Village.
The big yellow trumpet flowers and the fruits create a tropical look.
There is also a baby iceberg lettuce called Blush, while squashes are lovely-looking plants with their large leaves and yellow trumpet flowers.
In early spring, the similar-sized Little Beauty emerges, opening white petals to reveal a yellow trumpet.