Daily Archives: March 22, 2012

N. cyclamineus

This flower is a little old but I thought the flaring of the corona was quite remarkable. We found these in Portugal at a site not usually traveled to by…

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N. austriensis

I thought this was a nice clump of N. asturiensis. Much more upright than some of the others growing nearby that typically lean forward.

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Another Triandrus

Another of these very large flowers. I brought pollen back and have been frantically pollinating. Harold

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Giant triandrus

We just returned from North-western Spain. At one site we came across the largest specimens of N. triandrus triandrus I have ever seen. 6 flowers to the stem and standing…

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New Intermediate 2W-GPP

March 22, 2012
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This is V05-13-2 = [(M. Evans – W2/1/3 x Tasrose) x Candlepower]. It is an early, INTERMEDIATE 2W-GPP. Flower diameter is 61 mm (2.4 inches). Petite and nice, early color.…

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Same Flower, Better Photo

March 22, 2012
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Meanwhile, back inside Greenhouse 3 where it is warmer, This is a much better photo of the same flower that won both the Best Intermediate Ribbon and the Rose Ribbon…

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