downunder bulbs/Marcus Harvey

February 13, 2004
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downunder bulbs/Marcus Harvey

Marcus Harvey Daffodil Catalog.doc Thanks, everyone, for the information. I feel better now and know where to begin.  ;-> The bulbs came from Marcus Harvey’s Hill View Rare Plants in…

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Aclimation of the downunders

February 12, 2004
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Just a little note here.. I too, like Peggy MacNeale have planted my newly delivered bulbs from downunder in our fall season. I’ve also had general good luck that way.…

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Growing in boggy areas

February 12, 2004
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I can echo what KEITH SAYS, I’ve seen these coming up in the swamps when I visited Mississippi, especially the Tazettas- don’t know how dry it gets there after spring.…

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kids and daffodils

February 12, 2004
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If you have pictures of kids who have won the Junior ribbon, especially pictures where they are pictured with their flower could you send me a copy.  Also, if you…

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Thanks

February 12, 2004
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Thanks loads to the Kridlers for the daffodils that will survive in boggy areas. I have some of those in large numbers that need dividing and into the boggy area…

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downunder miniatures and species

February 12, 2004
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Help! My first of two orders of bulbs have arrived from downunder and I don’t have a spot prepared. It has been a very wet winter here, I hate to…

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boggy soil daffodils and temperature

February 12, 2004
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Temperature zones seem to vary a LOT the last few winters. For boggy locations n. Intermedius or Texas Star does very well. n. Jonquilla and many of the older jonquil…

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King Alfred

February 12, 2004
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King Alfred

Hill.doc King Alfred.doc p1.doc Please find attached the pictures from the 1999 article on King Alfred. Unfortunately I don’t have the originals, and the colour picture is corrupted within the…

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More Companion Plants

February 11, 2004
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In a message dated 2/11/2004 7:53:40 PM Eastern Standard Time, writes: I have them coming up in my perennial garden and like them a lot.  However, what happens when they…

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Companion Planting

Hello All, I have feelings of dejavu about this discussion. Anyway here’s my bit. If your aim is to have something nice covering your daffs as they die down and…

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companion plants

February 11, 2004
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Dear Suzy,   Why do your daffodils need companions?    Don’t they get along well with each other?   🙂 Chriss

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companion plants

February 11, 2004
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Suzy Wert- companion plants? In the woodlands money plants do well with daffodils as they bloom a very short while after the daffodils and it seems that the daffodils are…

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Companion Plants–Peggy Macneale

February 11, 2004
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Thank you for sending Peggy’s List…………Miss that wonderful woman! Joe

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