Keith Kridler, Texas

Twin Sisters/n.Medioluteus

April 24, 2008
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Categories: Daffodil Types, Historics

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The season is winding down here in Texas. It has now been a full five months with at least one or more varieties of daffodils in bloom here at the house. Crimson clover in bloom behind or between the clumps of daffodils in this area. We got another 1/2″ of rain last night. Dallas and Plano where Rod lives got upwards of three inches (7.60CM) again. Keith Kridler Mt. Pleasant, Texas

One response to “Twin Sisters/n.Medioluteus”

  1. John Beck says:

    I also grow this bulb- I am not pleased with its form however
    would anyone with a clone as nice as or better than Keith’s be interested in a trade?
    John Beck
    I grow several different daffodil cultivars I could trade!
    > The season is winding down here in Texas. It has now been a full five months
    > with at least one or more varieties of daffodils in bloom here at the house.
    > Crimson clover in bloom behind or between the clumps of daffodils in this
    > area. We got another 1/2″ of rain last night. Dallas and Plano where Rod
    > lives got upwards of three inches (7.60CM) again. Keith Kridler Mt.
    > Pleasant, Texas


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