Clay Higgins, New Jersey

Blooming in NC March 1

March 1, 2008

Categories: Daffodil Types, Miniatures

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clump of N. cyclamenius
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One response to “Blooming in NC March 1”

  1. Clay Higgins says:

    You are correct.  It is not all N. cyclamineus.  Some of those are N. cyclamineus crosses that are named ‘Papa Snoz’ from down under sent to me by Graham Fleming.  Unfortunately, they are mixed with N. cyclamineus bulbs because I was so stupid that I overplanted the N. cyclamineus thinking that the the N. cyclamineus were not coming back after I transplanted them from Maryland.  I assumed that they had all died.  They all fooled me.  The bigger ones are crosses.  If you look carefully, you will find a couple N. cyclamineus, and since the crosses bloomed first, there are a number of tiny buds in that group that tell me that more N. cyclamineus are going to bloom.
    I apologize to all.  My other clump of N. cyclamineus is just starting to bloom.  If I get a picture of them I will post it as well.  There is no doubt about the other clump.
    Sorry about that!

    Clay Higgins