H. Nelton Adams Memorial Field
The dates and information about the field are listed on the Facebook page (see below for the Facebook page).
From the event organizers: The Henry Nelton Adams Memorial Daffodil Field is a 4 acre field of daffodils in memory and honor of Henry Nelton Adams who loved daffodils and ploughed these fields so that all could enjoy their beauty.
It is open one weekend each year. There are about 100 varieties of daffodils and only God knows the number of bulbs.
In order to maintain the beauty of the fields, please do not pick the daffodils. For questions, here is a phone number available 9-5 CST: 870-836-5221
Click here for Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/pages/Daffodil-Field/528178600560282)
This information is from the American Daffodil Society website: "The address across the field is 680 north 34 highway, Dodson, LA. Directions from Jonesboro: from Highway 167 take 147 and go about 12 miles until you run into Highway 34, take a right and go a mile plus and see field on left with a towering Pecan tree."
Last Updated: February 17, 2018