Jaydee Ager, Georgia

A paper: the daffodil today

September 14, 2008
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Jaydee Atkins Ager

Executive Director

American Daffodil Society, Inc.

www.daffodilusa.org  www.daffodilusastore.org  www.daffseek.org

PO Box 522

Hawkinsville, GA  31036  USA

 


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From: Arielle Edelman [mailto: title=]
Sent: Sunday, September 14, 2008 10:16 AM
To: Jaydee Ager
Subject: Re: the daffodil today

 

Jaydee–

 

Unfortunately I’ve just about finished my paper, so any information that people might offer will probably not be included! However, I think it would be super interesting to post anyway and see what people have to say! If you do end up posting, please direct me to where I can read people’s comments– I think this has potential to be very interesting!

Thanks,

Arielle

 

I am located in New York– don’t see many daffodils here I’m afraid!

 

On Fri, Sep 12, 2008 at 8:05 AM, Jaydee Ager < title=> wrote:

With your permission, I would like to post your message on our Daffnet
listserver which has about 300 subscribers worldwide.  I would ask anyone
wishing to answer your questions to respond to you direct.  It would be
helpful if the respondents knew where you live, no address, just something
general like New England, Pacific Northwest, Northern Ireland, etc.

Jaydee Atkins Ager
Executive Director
American Daffodil Society, Inc.
www.daffodilusa.org  www.daffodilusastore.org  www.daffseek.org
PO Box 522
Hawkinsville, GA  31036  USA

—–Original Message—–
From: Arielle Edelman [mailto: title=]
Sent: Thursday, September 11, 2008 5:26 PM
To:  title=
Subject: the daffodil today

Hello there at the ADS!

My name is Arielle Edelman and I’m a senior in high school writing a
paper about daffodils and their change in image over History (quite a
strange, yet incredibly intriguing topic!). I’ve been reading about
medicinal uses for daffodils in the early 20th and late 19th
centuries, and am wondering why they’re used today almost solely for
beautification of the garden. Do you have any thoughts on why this
might be? What do you think the daffodil represents in society today,
and why do people seem to be so drawn to this flower?

Thanks so much for you time, I truly appreciate your help and expertise!

-Arielle Edelman

 

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