Monthly Archives: January 2015

Two seedlings

January 31, 2015
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Some years ago in northern Spain near Lac Belsue we found a population of N. assoanus. While some were in flower others had seed pods that were nearly ripe.  They…

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Comment to Editorial in the December 2014 ADS Journal

January 30, 2015
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I received the following from a member of our local society that is Daffnet “shy” and am posting for this fairly new member that also is also an ADS member:…

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Kiwi Summer Flowers

January 27, 2015
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We  are  having  a  hot  and  dry  summer  over  most  of  N Z  and  the  show  season  for  gladioli  and  dahlias  is  just  beginning  . Normanby  ,  South  Taranaki  ,…

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Today’s surprise.

January 23, 2015
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Among a row of first bloom seedlings from ‘Arrowhead’ by a tiny trumpet seedling I found this flower. It is quite different from the other seedling flowers and is the…

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Seedlings currently in bloom.

January 22, 2015
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I suppose that these flowers should be considered winter flowering. The greens below were made in 2002 and have been slow to increase. Nevertheless I have been using many of…

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Koopowitz Article December 2014 The Daffodil Journal

January 22, 2015
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Hi all, I had waited for a period of time hoping to hear comments about the new article by Harold Koopowitz published in the December 2015, The Daffodil Journal of…

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