Monthly Archives: May 2010

Seedlings 6

May 27, 2010
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These are seedlings of Truculent x N. cordubensis and Decoy x N. cordubensis sowed in 2002. They have one flower per stem and perhaps are suited to intermediates. I hope that the colour…

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Foxgloves

May 27, 2010
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> Beautiful foxgloves, Mary Lou – I’ve not had much luck with them in > Minnesota so far, but they used to seed and spread for me in > Maryland…

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Ralph White Medal

May 27, 2010
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  Many congratulations to Harold Koopowitz on winning the Ralph B. White Memorial Medal with his exquisite miniature split-corona daffodil ‘Itsy Bitsy Splitsy’ shown, as required, at a London Daffodil Show…

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Seedlings 5

May 26, 2010
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Harold, John and All,   This year the first two seedlings of Regeneration x Emerald Sea flowered. The Emerald Sea from you, John, grows very well. This year I tried…

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after daffodils in Ohio today

Friends, I’ve been out weeding today, and enjoying the foxgloves.  Some years ago I got seed from the RHS, and the plants have now seeded around.  I’ve never had this many before, and…

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Brian’s comments regarding historics

I am relatively new to the daffodil world.  I’ve been growing daffodils for almost fifteen years, but I’ve only been hybridizing and exhibiting for slightly more than a third of that.  So my…

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