Mary Lou Gripshover, Ohio

Fyno — again

December 27, 2008

Categories: Daffodil Types, Miniatures, Winter Blooming Daffodils

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Here is ‘Fyno’ as it’s growing for me this year.  As you can see, there’s lots of foliage, one open flower and one more bud.  Nothing like Brian gets in Northern Ireland. 
Becky, maybe I should just put it outside and take my chances.  🙂
Niels, you’ll notice the foliage is a bit droopy.  When my garage got to 32 degrees, it was laying completely over.  I suspect that some of the weakness in the foliage here is because of low light.  When the carts are in the garage, they’re under fluorescent lights.  I probably need at least one more 2-tube light fixture, and they should all be closer to the tops of the foliage.  Subsequently, the light is weak and foliage tends to get longer.
Peter, our weather is so mild here today, that people were skiing in shorts and t-shirts just across the stateline (about 50 miles) in Indiana!  So while we aren’t putting sand by the side of the pool, there is some curious weather here.  It got to 70F today.  But tormorrow we’re to go back to “normal” temperatures, whatever that is.
Mary Lou

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