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2017 Sacramento Show – Standard Collection Awards

March 14, 2017
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Categories: Show Results, Shows

This post is of the American Daffodil Society award winning standard collections at the 2017 national show in Sacramento, California. If an award is not mentioned, it means there were no entries in its class.

Historic Collection of 5 Ribbon Winner exhibited by Becky Fox Matthews

Historic Collection of 5 Ribbon Winner exhibited by Becky Fox Matthews

Flowers in the winning collection are:
Back: ‘Princeps’ 1W-Y (1830), ‘Sempre Avanti’ 2W-O (1938), ‘Verger’ 3W-R (1930);
Front: ‘Aranjuez’ 2Y-YYO (1932), ‘Beryl’ 6W-YYO (1907).

Intermediate Collection of 5 Ribbon Winner exhibited by Larry Force

Intermediate Collection of 5 Ribbon Winner exhibited by Larry Force

Flowers in the winning collection are:
Back: 10-141-1 2W-P (‘Pink China’ x (‘Pol Voulin’ x ‘Fine Romance’)), 07-156 2O-O (‘Red Socks’ x
‘Warm Day’), ‘Strawberry Ruffles’ 3W-GYR;
Front: ‘Brooke Ager’ 2W-P, 6-124-1 2W-P ((‘Rimski’ x ‘Sighing’) x ‘Rosy Posy’).

Red-White-Blue Ribbon Winner and Purple Ribbon Winner exhibited by Kirby Fong

Red-White-Blue Ribbon Winner and Purple Ribbon Winner exhibited by Kirby Fong

The Purple Ribbon is for the best collection of 5 standard daffodils in the show. The Red-White-Blue Ribbon is for the best collection of 5 standard daffodils originated in America. Flowers in the winning collection are:
Back: ‘Chicago Gold’ 1Y-Y (Reed), ‘Pink Silk’ 1W-P (Havens), Reed 2003-32-5 2W-P;
Front: ‘Commodore Perry’ 1W-GPP, ‘Louise Randall’ 2W-W (Reed).

Carncairn Trophy Winner exhibited by Steve Hampson

Carncairn Trophy Winner exhibited by Steve Hampson

The Carncairn Trophy is for the best collection of 5 standard daffodil bred in Ireland, both the Republic and Northern Ireland. The flowers in the winning collection are:
Back: ‘Maria Pia’ 11aY-R (Duncan), ‘Jammin’ 3W-GYY (Duncan), ‘Spartan Gold’ 2Y-Y (Duncan);
Front: ‘Chanson’ 1W-P (Duncan), ‘Version’ 2W-P (Duncan).

New Zealand Award Winner exhibited by Steve Hampson

New Zealand Award Winner exhibited by Steve Hampson

The New Zealand Award is for the best collection of 5 standard daffodils bred in New Zealand. The flowers in the winning collection are:
Back: ‘Kiwi Sunset’ 4Y-R (Hamilton), ‘Cameo Frills’ 2Y-YOO (Ramsay), ‘Red Mission’ 2Y-R (Brogden);
Front: ‘Countdown’ 2W-WWY (Brogden), ‘Such Fun’ 2W-Y (Crotty).

Dutch Award Winner exhibited by Steve Hampson

Dutch Award Winner exhibited by Steve Hampson

Despite it’s name, the Dutch award is for the best collection of 5 standard daffodils, each registered in a different decade (e.g. 1960-1969). It’s Dutch because the the Dutch donated the trophy. Flowers in the winning collection are:
Back: ‘High Command’ 2Y-Y (2016), ‘Motmot’ 8Y-R (1979), ‘Banker’ 2Y-O (1995);
Front: ‘Astrid’s Memory’ 3W-Y (2003), ‘Red Mission’ 2Y-R (1980).

Australian Award Winner exhibited by Steve Hampson

Australian Award Winner exhibited by Steve Hampson

The Australian Award is for the best collection of 5 standard daffodils bred in Australia. Flowers in the winning collection are:
Back: ‘Entente’ 2Y-O (Jackson), ‘Aspect’ 2Y-Y (Jackson), ‘Banker’ 2Y-O (Jackson);
Front: ‘Sun Bronze’ 2Y-O (Jackson), ‘Tao’ 3Y-O (Jackson).

English Award Winner exhibited by Kirby Fong

English Award Winner exhibited by Kirby Fong

The English Award is for the best collection of 5 standard daffodils bred in England. Flowers in the winning collection are:
Back: ‘Cape Cornwall’ 2Y-YYO (Scamp), ‘Ombersley’ 1Y-Y (Postles), ‘Celestial Fire’ 2Y-O (Pearson);
Front: ‘Corby Candle’ 2Y-YOO (Gibson), ‘Crackington’ 4Y-O (Lloyd).

Havens Award Winner exhibited by Larry Force

Havens Award Winner exhibited by Larry Force

The Elise Havens collection class calls for an exhibit to have 12 different standard stems from at least three of Division 5 through 10. The flowers in the winning collection are:
Top row: 00-155 6W-Y, 6-118-3 6Y-O, 08-77 6YYG-YYO, 8-10 6WWG-Y;
Middle row: 8-184-2 9W-R, 10-84-2 7Y-GYO, 12-51-2 6YYG-YYO, 8-146-1 9W-GYO;
Bottom row: 8-77 6WWG-Y, 11-221 9W-OOR, 8-36 6W-GYO, Glenbrook 13-95 6Y-YOO.

Bozievich Award Winner exhibited by Michael and Lisa Kuduk

Bozievich Award Winner exhibited by Michael and Lisa Kuduk

The Marie Bozievich collection class calls for an exhibit to have 12 different standard stems from at least 4 RHS divisions. The flowers in the winning collection are:
Top row: ‘Fly Half’ 2Y-R, ‘Three Oaks’ 1W-Y, ‘Maria Pia’ 11aY-R, ‘Queen’s Guard’ 1W-Y;
Middle row: ‘Smooth Trumpet’ 1W-Y, ‘New Penny’ 3Y-Y, ‘Filly’ 2W-YYP, ‘Maker’s Mark’ 1Y-O;
Bottom row: ‘Rapture’ 6Y-Y, ‘Katrina Rea’ 6W-WOO, ‘Treasure Waltz’ 2Y-Y, ‘Lemon Silk’ 6YYW-W.

Throckmorton Award Winner exhibited by Steve Hampson

Throckmorton Award Winner exhibited by Steve Hampson

The Tom D. Throckmorton collection class calls for an exhibit to have 15 different standard stems having 15 different RHS classifications. A classification consists of a division number and color code. The flowers in the winning collection are:
Top row: ‘High Command’ 2Y-Y, ‘Sun Bronze’ 2Y-O, ‘Shurdington’ 3W-YYO, ‘Crowndale’ 4Y-O,
‘Altun Ha’ 2YYW-W;
Middle row: ‘Highgrove’ 1YYW-WYY, ‘Version’ 2W-P, ‘Ombersley’ 1Y-Y, ‘Chanson’ 1W-P,
‘Clouded Yellow’ 2YYW-Y;
Bottom row: ‘Kiwi Sunset’ 4Y-R, Koopowitz 06-002/1 7G-GGW, ‘Marion Pearce’ 11aY-YYO,
‘Lady Diana’ 2W-W, ‘Martinette’ 8Y-O.

Quinn Award Winner exhibited by Kirby Fong

Quinn Award Winner exhibited by Kirby Fong

The Carey E. Quinn collection class calls for an exhibit to have 24 different standard stems from at least 5 RHS divisions. The flowers in the winning collection are:
Top row: ‘Avalanche’ 8W-Y, ‘Avalon’ 2Y-W, ‘Corby Candle’ 2Y-YOO, ‘Grand Prospect’ 2Y-W,
‘Cape Cornwall’ 2Y-YYO, ‘Bravoure’ 1W-Y;
3rd row: ‘Katherine Jenkins’ 7Y-O, ‘Falconet’ 8Y-R, ‘Tuscarora’ 1Y-Y, ‘Kiwi Sunset’ 4Y-R,
‘Ombersley’ 1Y-Y, ‘Music Maker’ 2Y-Y;
2nd row: ‘Centrefold’ 3W-YYR, ‘Oregon Trail’ 1Y-R, ‘Goldhanger’ 2Y-Y, ‘Commodore Perry’ 1W-GPP,
‘Kapiti Talisman’ 8Y-O, ‘Pink Silk’ 1W-P;
Bottom row: ‘Reg Nicholl’ 2Y-YYR, ‘Hillview’ 5Y-Y, ‘Crackington’ 4Y-O, ‘Lemon Silk’ 6YYW-W,
‘Longabaugh’ 3Y-O, ‘Rapture 6Y-Y.

Tuggle Award Winner exhibited by Robert Spotts

Tuggle Award Winner exhibited by Robert Spotts

The Harry I. Tuggle, Jr. collection class calls for an exhibit to have 3 each of 12 different standard stems from at least 3 RHS divisions. The flowers in the winning collection are:
Top row: ‘Thunderhead’ 1Y-O, 1-2-17 3YYG-YYO, ‘Chile Verde’ 3Y-GYO, 1-3-17 1Y-Y;
Middle row: ‘Kokopelli’ 7Y-Y, ‘Tuscarora’ 1Y-Y, ‘Mesquite’ 2Y-Y, ‘Spider Woman’ 3Y-O;
Bottom row: ‘Rapture’ 6Y-Y, ‘Mesa Verde’ 12G-GGY, 1-1-17 5G-GGO, ‘Ginter’s Gem’ 5Y-Y.

Link Award Winner exhibited by Robert Spotts

Link Award Winner exhibited by Robert Spotts

The Helen Link Award is for the best set of 3 different cultivars exhibited by their hybridizer in the Challenge Section. The flowers in the winning set are:
1-44-17 7G-YYO, ‘Mesa Verde’ 12G-GGY, 1-17-17 5YYG-GGO.

Evans Trophy Winner exhibited by Robert Spotts

Evans Trophy Winner exhibited by Robert Spotts

The Murray Evans Trophy is for the best collection of 6 different cultivars exhibited by their hybridizer in the Challenge Section. The flowers in the winning collection are:
Back: ‘Spider Woman’ 3Y-O, ‘Mesa Verde; 12G-GGY, 1-42-17 3Y-YOO;
Front: 1-41-17 7G-GGO, 1-17-17 5YYG-GGO, 1-38-17 3W-GWW.

Pannill Cup Winner exhibited by Robert Spotts

Pannill Cup Winner exhibited by Robert Spotts

The William G. Pannill Cup is for the best collection of 12 different cultivars exhibited by their hybridizer in the Challenge Section. The flowers in the winning collection are:
Top row: 1-37-17 2W-YYO, 1-33-17 8Y-O, 1-39-17 7Y-Y, 1-40-17 1Y-Y;
Middle row: 1-36-17 3Y-O, ‘Mesquite’ 2Y-Y, 1-38-17 3W-GWW, 1-16-17 5YYG-GGO;
Bottom row: 1-35-17 4Y-O, 1-32-17 7G-GGY, 1-34-17 3W-GGY, ‘Mesa Verde’ 12G-GGY.

That takes care of the standard collections. There’ll be one more post with the miniatures.

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