One of Denise McQuarrie’s poets

October 15, 2009
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Categories: Daffodil Types, Hybridizing, Seedling, Societies and groups, Standards

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Here is something interesting – one of Denise MxQuarrie’s poets ex Max.  A small split. All of the flowers are the same but Denise might like to comment if this is an aberration – it’s A38.  Also has a lovely scent.

Definitely the last.

Cheers,

Peter

Hi Peter and all, definitely not A38 as you can see from this photo of Rondo and “the Kids”  some of the seedlings raised from it including A38 on the left.  Amongst these seedlings were 4 doubles, unfortunately they never opened here, always blasted and were planted along the creek in the cool with the hope of them liking it better there. I can’t remember whether I send any of those up to Max to try but could well have done.  If so, and they are my seedlings, that is what they will be, as they were much later than the standard varieties.   Very interesting to see them!

Regards Denise.

Denise McQuarrie
Secretary, National Daffodil Society of NZ Inc

www.daffodil.org.nz

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2 responses to “One of Denise McQuarrie’s poets”

  1. Ben Zonneveld says:

     

    Can someone send me a copy (electronically ) of the article of Brandham in the RHS yearbook?

    Thanks in advance.

    Ben J.M.Zonneveld
    Nationaal Herbarium Nederland
    POBox 9514
    2300 RA Leiden, The Netherlands
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  2. Ben Zonneveld says:

     

    Thanks James for the copy of the article of Brandham

    Ben J.M.Zonneveld
    Nationaal Herbarium Nederland
    POBox 9514
    2300 RA Leiden, The Netherlands
    telf 071 5274738
    E-mail:  title=