Keith Kridler, Texas

Daffodils for planting

April 10, 2008

Categories: Growing Daffodils, Hybridizer, Hybridizing, Planting, Seedling, Soil

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Vernon, I live in the northeast corner of Texas winter cold zone 8. Your post was sent to Daffnet asking about daffodil varieties. People on the list are from all over the world in order for them to respond intelligently it would help to know if you are in North or South Carolina. Basic soil types you have and average rainfall, water drainage of the soils as winter low temperatures and summer high temperatures will determine what flowers will work well for you.
If you go to Daffseek and search out the daffodil breeder Bill Pannill who is from Virginia, his line of daffodil breeding will be from the area most similar to your own general area.
On the American Daffodil society webpage you will find most of the premier daffodil breeders and also those people who provide the newer named daffodils.
Mitsch daffodils offer mixed pink seedlings that will knock your socks off:-)) Many other breeders from around the world have wonderful whites and pinks. Keith Kridler Mt. Pleasant, Texas

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