Monthly Archives: October 2007

Nice Article on Daffodil Trade of Yore in Illinois

October 31, 2007
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An excellent and interesting article, ‘Daffodils, Pears, Melons, and More’  by Judith Joy appears in the Spring 2007 issue of The Illinois Steward, a publication of the Department of Natural Resources and…

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planting daffodil bulbs

October 31, 2007
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I’m Brad Weaver and new to daffodils. Last summer i dug up some pseudo narcissus daffodil bulbs from a historic site (several thousands) and didn’t have time to dry them…

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A pic. for Colin of ‘Neon Blaze’

This is the brightest and best red/pink daffodil I saw in NZ.  Is there an equal anywhere? Brian

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New breaks

  Amazing, never before seen flowers were witnessed while visiting John Hunter in Nelson, NZ. Top – Narazala  Left – Rhodaff Right – Daffden Bottom – Narcellia We should congratulate John on achieving such amazing…

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another query

Why might this picture be so titled?

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Welsh daffodil jewelry

October 31, 2007
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A catalog showed up here a few days ago which I’d never seen, “Alberene Royal Mail” of Harrisville, N.H.  I noticed they have (appropriately) Welsh-made daffodil pins, brooches, and earrings…

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