Monthly Archives: June 2005

New seedlings

June 30, 2005
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This is Daydream x N.hedraeanthus. I think next year it shall have the normal number of six perianth segments. In crosses with standard daffodils in most cases you get no…

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NZ Daffodil Annual

Well, the discussion on staining seems to have taken a dangerous turn, so I write on a different topic: In the course of all the discussion I have been placing…

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Still enjoying the daffodils in Texas

June 30, 2005
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This is the first time I recall it being so dry all summer that the grass and weeds did not grow and the daffodil foliage never rotted away. Martha Stewart…

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oddities and monstrosities

All, Brian is of course joking when he refers to “oddities and monstrosities” – he is afterall a breeder of division 4 and 11! Wonderful as the contemporary exhibition daffodil…

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suffusion of pink color into the perianth

June 30, 2005
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Daffodil friends, Years ago (at 1984 ADS Convention in Portland, during the garden tours) I was taken by a vase of deeply colored, golden large-cup daffodils Murray and Stella Evans…

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Arkansas daffodils

June 30, 2005
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There was a comment about a slide show on Arkansas daffodils.  Carl Amason and I both grow “South Arkansas jonquil.”  This looks a great deal like Trevithian only smaller and…

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