Graham Fleming, Australia

Flowering today in Canberra – Part 5

August 19, 2013

Categories: Breeding, Daffodil Types, Hybridizing, Miniatures, Seedling, Standards

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It is cold and windy in Canberra today. I am attaching some close up shots of some of our miniatures and micro minis that are currently flowering. These are some that have been picked for use later in our hybridising program. There is also a photo of our new giant bulbocodium.


A few miniature seedlings A few more miniature seedlings A trio of KB miniature seedlings Giant Y-Y bulbocodium that is perfectly symmetrical KB miniature  6W-Y that is a large miniature KB's smallest 1YW - KB-MM-1Y-W-1-2013

2 responses to “Flowering today in Canberra – Part 5”

  1. Clay Higgins, New Jersey Clay Higgins, North Carolina says:


    I see Part 4 and 5 here.  Where are the others?

    I love the pictures of the miniatures.  Keep them coming.



  2. Lynn Slackman, Missouri Lynn Slackman, Missouri says:

    Hi Clay…if you click on Graham’s name at the top of any of his postings >’Graham Fleming, Australia'<, you will see all of the Part’s displayed in a list. Enjoy!