Monthly Archives: June 2012

Not a daffodil

I’ve enjoyed all the daff photos posted from the southern hemisphere and look forward to the next flush of blooms. I even enjoyed seeing Ian’s photo of his bulbs on…

Click to read more »

Washing!

June 20, 2012
By

Dear All, It’s funny the things you find on the washing line, but I have a great deal of trouble with slugs which eat anything I put on the ground…

Click to read more »

Tulip help

June 19, 2012
By

Apologies for being off-topic, but: There is an early season red tulip that’s recommended for the South – does anyone know its name? I’ve forgotten at this point, and would…

Click to read more »

Bill Pannill’s wit and charm

June 16, 2012
By

In the process of doing research for a future project, I came across an article written by Bill Pannill which appeared in The Daffodil Bulletin in May 1963. (the name…

Click to read more »

Analysis of winning cultivars in the UK

June 14, 2012
By

An analysis of all cultivars which won a prize at the five major shows in the UK has been added to the Northern Group website. The link is http://daffodils.thenortherngroup.co.uk/?p=1190 James…

Click to read more »

and in the Northern hemisphere

June 12, 2012
By

This was the yield today after digging about a foot-wide patch of n. poeticus recurvus found in a remote spot of my farm this Spring. The second such patch found,…

Click to read more »