Nematode explanation

February 2, 2004
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Keith and Sandy– Very well said, as usual! My best, Gene  Newberg, Oregon

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more harm than good

February 2, 2004
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Keith Kridler Mt. Pleasant, Texas a cool 35*F this morning and jonquils are blooming. Tazetta’s were mostly mush late last week. OK if you place ALL of your dug bulbs…

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exact list of Daffodil Societies and Shows

February 1, 2004
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exact list of Daffodil Societies and Shows

Daffodil Societies and Shows of the ADS.doc Daffnetters, would you help me get a perfect list, by regions, of all Daffodil Societies, and all daffodil shows sponsored by other groups,…

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Hot water treatment circulation

January 31, 2004
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Hi all, You do need the hot water circulated! If you don’t you will have cold spots formed where the temperature of the bulbs doesn’t get up to the temperature…

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Seeds and cuttings.

January 30, 2004
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Just as a side note, when I lived in the city and on city water I had  soso luck with cuttings, now that I’m on well water everyting I tried…

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Daffodil web site

January 29, 2004
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How do I get my Louisiana field for Feb. 29 on the Daffodil Society web site? I got on the site but did not see how to put information on…

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confederate rose

January 29, 2004
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I don’t have a picture, but the name is Hibiscus mutabilis.

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A question re another super plant

January 29, 2004
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We grew and loved the “CONFEDERATE ROSE”. Does anyone have a picture and the botanical title of this lovely bush? It is fairly hardy although it freezes back to the…

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Mystery Plant

Hello All, Isn’t the new technology wonderful. Out with the digital camera, onto Daffnet and “Voila” the plant is identified. Thanks to David, Nancy and Ralph. It is indeed Justicia…

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Hot Water Treatment

January 29, 2004
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Gary, Chriss and Kathy have a useful method. I do much the same, but I take my hot water directly from the house water heater – that saves heating on…

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hot pink and fringy

January 29, 2004
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David,   I’m glad you came up with a legitimate name for Peter’s mystery plant.   I was going to suggest he try getting away with calling it ‘Christmas cactus…

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Mystery plant

Hello All, While you are waiting for Spring to Sprung here’s a little mystery for you to solve for me. Our place is known as the Garden Dump – we…

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Early Ones

January 28, 2004
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Four Early Virginia  Daffodils bloomed here yesterday and many more will be out soon Thera Lou Adams Camden, AR zone 8

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