Please ID #3

March 9, 2009
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3 responses to “Please ID #3”

  1. Bob Spotts, California Bob Spotts says:

    Daffnetters,

    ‘Pink Charm’ is a 1977 Dutch registration by P. deJager and Sons – and is sold widely in the USA.

     Bob

    At 12:05 PM 3/10/2009, Melissa M. Reading wrote:

    Dear Mary (and Loyce):
    It seems doubtful to me that it would be Pink Charm.  Pink Charm is an intermediate with tremendous precision of form.  Neither the perianth nor the corona resemble the bloom shown.  Further, the bulb I would be surprised to learn that the bulb was in general commerce, but believe it is sold only by specialty bulb producers at a price appropriate to a sought-after show cultivar.  It seems more probable to me that Walmart is getting a mass-grown and mass-distributed holland cultivar.
    Melissa

  2. Bill Lee says:

    In a message dated 3/10/2009 2:24:42 PM Eastern Standard Time,  title= writes:

    ‘Pink Charm’ is a 1977 Dutch registration by P. deJager and Sons – and is sold widely in the USA.

    Bob, there’s also a ‘Pink Charm’ by David Jackson, unregistered, listed and pictured on Daffseek. Looks a lot like the deJager cultivar to me.
    Bill Lee

  3. Donna Dietsch says:
    I am wondering of Melissa has Pink Charm confused with Pink China from Elise Havens which is an intermediate and of excellent form.
    Do you have Pink China, Melissa?
    Donna Dietsch