Keith Kridler, Texas


April 24, 2008

Categories: Bulb Information, Daffodil Types, Growing Daffodils, Historics

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We have grown this one for about 25 years. Barrie dug up a clump in north Arkansas that was in bloom in May. This is a few of the bulbs from that clump. The scent is incredible from a vase of these. If you cannot see the blooms you would swear that the scent is from Honey suckle blossoms. Pretty common to have three blooms to a stem on these. Very tall blooms that stay well above the weeds even this late in the year. Keith Kridler

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