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Sometimes daffodils have a mind of their own

Sometimes the behavior of daffodils defies traditional explanation. What do you think about these two questions: A long-time grower of daffodils in the landscape was telling me yesterday about the puzzling…

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Such a good Regional Newsletter!

February 12, 2014
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I thoroughly enjoyed, on a snowy icy morning, reading the Pacific Region’s newsletter edited by RVP Margaret Oberg. This Region always has a great set of informative Newsletters. I was…

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47 states? Which one is missing?

February 6, 2014
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Enjoying the new ADS website format, which is delightful–love those changing photographs!–a sentence struck me:  The American Daffodil Society has members in 47 states. Which ONE is missing? I would…

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September ADS Journal

October 1, 2013
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Today I was summoned to Quality Printing, where I picked up my box of September Daffodil Journals (if you wrote an article or contributed a considerable swatch of pictures, your…

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Great gardens in Arkansas

September 26, 2013
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If you are thinking ahead to the 2014 convention, you are going to see some great gardens. In the current American Gardener magazine is an informative and well-illustrated article about…

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status of September Daffodil Journal

September 24, 2013
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Yesterday morning, September 23, I went to Quality Printing and signed off on the final proof of the September issue of the Daffodil Journal. When I know for certain that…

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