Ethel Smith, Minnesota

2. N.radinganorum (Brian S. Duncan)

January 8, 2008
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Categories: Daffodil Types, Species

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Brian, N. radinganorum might not take any ribbons but I think it’s a darling flower – I like those old-fashioned twisty petals – so different from the prim and proper modern show flowers but very nice in its own way! Ethel Smith in MN where it’s been above freezing for several days – whee!

One response to “2. N.radinganorum (Brian S. Duncan)”

  1. Sandra Stewart says:

    Dear Ethel and all
    Any daffodil will take a ribbon if you put it in the right class on the right day. standard size species collections are not that common.
    Won most of my ribbons by being the one to show up…Sandra
    —- “Ethel J. Smith” < title=> wrote:
    Brian, N. radinganorum might not take any ribbons but I think it’s a darling flower – I like those old-fashioned twisty petals – so different from the prim and proper modern show flowers but very nice in its own way! Ethel Smith in MN where it’s been above freezing for several days – whee!