Monthly Archives: July 2014

Ikebana enthusiast has a question.

A friend of mine wants to grow tazetta/species (?) that have leaves that are a minimum of 16″long–prefers 2 feet.When in fields in Japan he said the narcissus were over…

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YELLOW GOLD , very early Yellow Trumpet .

The  market  season  has  already  finished  for  one  of  the  earliest  Kiwi  cutflower  growers  . Most  N Z show  exhibitors  will  be  watching  the  noses  push  through  and  a  few…

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Wilf Hall Tazettas , early 2014

I  called  on  Wilf  Hall  late  last  week  ;  we had  a  few cold   days  and  I  wondered how  the  tazettas  and  the  grower  were  handling  the  abrupt  arrival…

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“Progress in Breeding Miniatures”

It must be five years since our first miniature daffodil symposium in Nashville and since that time there has been a quiet revolution. Minis are no longer just white or…

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ADS Fall Board Meeting and Symposium

This year’s ADS Fall event will be held in Memphis, TN October 24-25 hosted by the Mid-South Daffodil Society. All ADS members and their guests are invited to attend the…

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mid July

The first of the heavy frosts have hit. Fortunately I picked a few tazettas before hand – this is good as they are ever likely to be at this time…

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