tazetta folliage

January 3, 2012

Category: Growing Daffodils

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Same observations here on Tazettas in Gloucester Virginia. The foliage for these cultivars are higher than previous years because it has been unseasonable warm. Today, the temperature are more winter like with nights into the 20s. Happy New Year to all, Ceci

Ceci Brown
Growing Daffodils in Virginia
near the Mobjack Bay


One response to “tazetta folliage”

  1. Clay Higgins, New Jersey Clay Higgins says:

    Ceci and Janet,

    I have noted that tazetta’s in Zone 7 will quiet often put up early foliage
    only to have it frost bitten. If it did not put up a stem of buds, more
    than likely it will come back in the spring and bloom well. Unfortunately
    your foliage in the Spring will look as ragged as the cartoon character
    “Bill the Cat” that had already had 11 lives. LOL


    Clay E. Higgins