Nancy Tackett, California

Later West Coast Blooms

April 29, 2017
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Categories: Daffodil Types, Miniatures, Standards

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Here is a small collection of daffodils that bloomed in the last couple of weeks, ‘Nancy’s Fancy‘ with ‘Mesa Verde‘ in the background, ‘Rubilina‘, ‘Data Queen‘, and ‘Kenwell Centennial‘.  Today, the only daffodils blooming are ‘Tripartite‘ but what with this heat, not for long.  Nancy

Simba looking at ‘Nancy’s Fancy’

‘Nancy’s Fancy’ from Harold Koopowitz

Brian Duncan’s ‘Rublina’ Its tiny!

‘Rubilina is pretty tiny!

‘Data Queen’ from the Ramsays

Brian Duncan’s Kenwell Centennial

Brian Duncan’s Kenwell Centennial

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4 Responses to Later West Coast Blooms

  1. Bob Spotts, California
    Bob Spotts, California
    April 30, 2017 at 8:28 pm

    Lovely, Nancy.  Especially like the view of Simba guarding ‘Nancy’s Fancy’! ‘Kenwell Centennial’ is impressive.

    Bob

  2. Suzy Wert, Indiana
    May 2, 2017 at 10:25 am

    Very nice, especially  that Nancy’s Fancy!  And here we thought all your flowers bloom in February-March! 🙂

    S.

  3. Nancy Tackett, California
    Nancy Tackett, California
    May 2, 2017 at 11:12 am

    This year, our first daffodil bloomed in October and was Harold Koopowitz’s ‘Autumn Glow’.   Tazettas and bulbocodiums bloomed beginning in November through February with other divisions blooming in mid-February through April. Normally, our season is over by mid-March.  As a result of all the rain through March and April, we enjoyed ‘Cedar Hills‘ and late jonquils that normally do not bloom unless it is a long, cool, rainy Spring.

    Nancy

    Autumn Glow in bloom the 3rd week of October.

  4. Linda Wallpe, Ohio
    May 2, 2017 at 11:49 am

    Suzy’s right, ‘Nancy’s Fancy’ is lovely!

    Our youngest son lives in Oregon and has bemoaned the weather all winter.  He recently sent this article covering the excessive rain.

    http://www.oregonlive.com/weather/index.ssf/2017/04/hey_portland_quit_complaining.html

    Linda