Blooming in N Ireland

March 7, 2010

Categories: Hybridizing, Seedling

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Hi Folks,
        Looks like we are going to have a late season hear.  Coldest spring since 1963 according to the weatherman.  Daffodils are at least 2 if not 3 weeks later than usual.  The weather has improved this last few days and I hope to get a dressing of sulphate of potash on the daffodil beds soon.  Attached a photo of seedlings from ‘midget’ x n. cyclamineus height about 4 inches.  All of the seedlings look very similar.  Have a great time at the convention.

One response to “Blooming in N Ireland”

  1. Brian Duncan, Northern Ireland Brian Duncan says:

    Lovely. They all look the same. Are they all the one clone?