blooming n Ohio today

October 14, 2009

Categories: General, Non-Daffodil

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  A couple of tiny N. serotinus are in bloom.
Who knows what sort of shape they are in, but three wrapped seed pods turned up when dried foliage was removed.  Would anyone like to try them?  In Ohio, at least, fall and winter blooming daffodils are strictly “inside jobs”.

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From: Mary Lou Gripshover < title=>
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Sent: Sun, Oct 11, 2009 5:04 pm
Subject: [daffnet] blooming n Ohio today

This cyclamen hederifolium has been in bloom for 6 weeks.  The white one is long gone, but this one is still going great.
There were lots of blooms on the monkshood; unfortunately I didn’t stake the plant, so most of the blossoms were on the ground.  Still, it’s a great blue in the garden.
Should soon have the first floret open on one of Harold Koopowitz’s ‘Gloriosus’ x elegans crosses.
Mary Lou

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