Lawrence Trevanion, Australia

End of Season

October 11, 2013

Categories: Daffodil Types, Hybridizing, Miniatures, Species, Standards

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A forecast hot windy day didn’t eventuate so there are still some respectable daffodils flowering here.

N.nobilis is glowing at the moment.

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Likewise N.bulbocodium in an intense yellow. Which proves my bulbocodium mid-season is winter because that is when I mostly do my crosses.


Jonquillas always feature at end of season here.


And of course poets. I am envious of poets we are seeing from New Zealand but there are a few things here that are nice or seem capable of breeding things that are nice.

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Main division flowers linger on as well.

It will surprise no one that this is a grandchild of Modulux.



This is a near trumpet grandchild of Lemon Sails that is standing up to the sun pretty well.


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