Curly Lace 7Y-Y

September 30, 2009
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Hey –

Has anyone grown Curly Lace -?

Does it usually just have one flower per stem, or is it multi-floret?

Thanks a bunch~

 

-s

6 responses to “Curly Lace 7Y-Y”

  1. Chriss Rainey says:
    I’ve grown Curly Lace.  It had only one flower per stem, but it was a large flower and I didn’t think it looked at all like a 7. 
     
    Chriss
  2. Jason Delaney, Missouri Jason Delaney says:

    ‘Curly Lace’, also marketed as ‘Love Potion’, has been a strong performer here. I’ve only noticed one flower per stem. It has a good fragrance and good lasting power in the garden. 

     

    The Heaths have certainly done a fine job creating fun, garden-worthy jonquils, adding terrific diversity to this division. 

     

    Jason

     


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  3. Marilyn Howe says:

    In a message dated 10/1/2009 5:50:55 A.M. Pacific Daylight Time,  title= writes:

    ‘Curly Lace’, also marketed as ‘Love Potion’, has been a strong performer here. I’ve only noticed one flower per stem. It has a good fragrance and good lasting power in the garden. 

    ‘Love Potion’ is registered by W. Gould Jr.. in 1992 as a 2 W-P. I cannot find ‘Curly Lace’ in International Register. Is this another Dutch Marketing scam?
    Marilynn

  4. Mary Lou Gripshover, Ohio Mary Lou Gripshover says:

    

    ‘Curly Lace’ is a Div. 7 Y-Y bred by Brent Heath that is not yet registered with the RHS.
    Mary Lou
  5. Jason Delaney, Missouri Jason Delaney says:

    Yes, Marilynn, ‘Love Potion’ is another marketing issue… Breck’s is the culprit.

     

    Also from Breck’s, ‘Amadeus Mozart’ = ‘Czardas’, ‘Breck’s Colossal’ = ‘Gigantic Star’, ‘Spring Cheer’ = ‘Erlicheer’, ‘Golden Beauty’ = ‘Dick Wilden’, and ‘Moonlight Serenade’ = ‘Sunnyside Up’, for those of you out there wanting to buy new daffodils for your collection. 

     

    From van Bourgondien, ‘The Bulb Lady’ = ‘Ara’. 

     

    Jason

     


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  6. Oleg Amekhin says:
    Hi All,
    I have buy  the bulbs of "Amadeus Mozart" from Holland import (Mantel). In daffseek description it"s 2 y-orr, "Czardas"- in daffseek no description. Illustration – 2b w-o. I don"t know what it"s.

    2009/10/1 Jason Delaney < title=>

    Yes, Marilynn, ‘Love Potion’ is another marketing issue… Breck’s is the culprit.

     

    Also from Breck’s, ‘Amadeus Mozart’ = ‘Czardas’, ‘Breck’s Colossal’ = ‘Gigantic Star’, ‘Spring Cheer’ = ‘Erlicheer’, ‘Golden Beauty’ = ‘Dick Wilden’, and ‘Moonlight Serenade’ = ‘Sunnyside Up’, for those of you out there wanting to buy new daffodils for your collection. 

     

    From van Bourgondien, ‘The Bulb Lady’ = ‘Ara’. 

     

    Jason