Fertility update – Div. 10

November 25, 2014
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bsma

A few interesting plants have set seed this year further confirming the potential of intersectional bulbocodium hybrids. There was an unfortunate mistake planting the 2011 seedlings. They were shallow planted…

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The German customs

November 25, 2014
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This autumn I recieved 5 bulbs of Spanish Fiesta from Mitsch Daffodils for 50 USD and payed allover 209 USD waiting six weeks before the…

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fertile tetraploid tazetta pollen

November 24, 2014
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If any breeders out there want to make some fertile tazetta hybrids with regular daffodils, these should be ideal. Right now I have collected an…

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Narcissus romieuxii x Emerald Sea

November 23, 2014
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Narcissus romieuxii x Emerald Sea

Emerald Sea can be crossed with diploid and tetraploid bulbocodiums. Some seedlings of N. romieuxii x Emerald Sea are flowering in my greenhouse.  

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For those of you snowed in.

November 22, 2014
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A nice clump from N. miniatus x N. viridflorus.

Here are some flowers from the garden today. Enjoy Harold

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GIVE A GREAT CHRISTMAS GIFT

November 21, 2014
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The gift that keeps on giving!

An American Daffodil Society gift membership to your gardening friends is an economical way of reminding your friends that you care about them each time…

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Autumn tazettas

November 16, 2014
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'Autumn Colors Group' x 'Autumn Sprite'

Mary Lou Gripshover wanted me to explain about using the name N. obsoletus instead of N. elegans, and what was N. x obsoletus? Here is…

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Planting hope one daffodil at a time…

November 14, 2014
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Growing Together planting site

Cindy Haeffner, from Hermann, MO, continues to spread the joy of daffodils with another wonderful day of planting at the “Growing Together” planting site! We…

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Last final encore

November 14, 2014
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vb

Just as the very last flowers of the very late poet wither a bulbocodium decides to send up a last flower. With temperatures of 35C…

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