Graham Fleming, Australia

Flowering in Canberra now – Part 6

July 15, 2008

Categories: Breeding, Daffodil Types, Hybridizing, Intermediates, Miniatures, Show Results

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Hi I have shown you photos of mostly faultless miniature hybrids but the reality is that not everything is perfect exhibition form but you keep some for breeding purposes even though they are not perfect. That is the case with the two flowers attached. We are into involved breeding. The micro mini has inherited one of it bad characteristics from one of intermediate sized cyclamineus hybrids of our own breeding “Papa Snoz”. So what we have is a micro miniature that has a large flower in its parentage that is all yellow like N. Cyclamineus itself. Kind regards Graham

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