Monthly Archives: December 2009

Koopowitz seedling HK6-08

December 15, 2009
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Here is another one of my Koopowitz seedlings.  HK6-08 appears very similar to my previously posted HK2-08, but it does not have the shallow corona of HK2-08.  I still think…

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Koopowitz seedling HK3-08

December 15, 2009
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A week or so ago, I posted pictures of my Koopowitz seedling, HK2-08.  Here is its sibling, HK3-08.  This daffodil is intriguing, particularly so because of its corona, but I…

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farm land in southern France

December 15, 2009
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The Bordeaux region of Southern France is quickly being gobbled up by urban sprawl and the “prime or best” farmland in the region sells for nearly $3 million an acre…

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that time of the year again…

December 15, 2009
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Hello Sara, Paperwhites are now grown mostly in Israel and also the bulbs sold in Italy come from there, albeit via Holland. Small quantities of N. tazetta tazetta and N.…

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that time of the year again…

December 14, 2009
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When the tazettas start blooming in the coastal South, and the scads of distinct no-name flowers drive us to distraction yet again… Occurred to me, that paperwhites particularly and possibly…

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A prolific seedling of Manuel Lima – 4 December 2009

December 14, 2009
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Daffnetters, This Lima seedling grows and divides well here. Notice the lobed cup – inherited from viridiflorus. The seed parent is unknown. I’ve not considered the seedling worthy of a…

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