Stephen Vinisky, Oregon

Early Intermediate Orange Trumpet Daffodil

February 26, 2014

Categories: Breeding, Daffodil Types, Fertility, General, Hybridizer, Hybridizing, Intermediates, Miniatures, Seedling

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Unusually early and perfectly Intermediate in scale. This has flowers at 64mm (about 2 1/2″) in diameter and 9″ tall. The flowers are smooth and well balanced. Nice orange trumpet for such an early flower.

Early Intermediate Orange Trumpet

Early Intermediate Orange Trumpet

5 responses to “Early Intermediate Orange Trumpet Daffodil”

  1. David Adams, New Zealand says:

    Now thats a good one Steve.

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


    How do you have them blooming when we in Coastal NC are still in the freezing mode? 🙂


  3. Stephen Vinisky, Oregon Stephen Vinisky, Oregon says:

    Thanks David and Clay.

    Clay, the weather here in Oregon has been drier than normal and somewhat cooler. Only bad snow once this season which looks about average to me as far as bloom time. Lots of early Miniatures in flower outside now!


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


    Today it is 32% “F” and the high is expected to be 35% “F”.  The TV weatherman said that it is about 30% colder than average for today.  Next few days it will get into the 50’s.  If so, my daffodils should keep up the good work as we only have 21 days to our show.  If we had the show today, I would only have, “RES”, ‘Little Beauty’, ‘Flower Carpet’, and ‘February Gold’. and again some bulbocodiums that look frozen.



  5. Phyllis Hess, Ohio says:

    Clay I looked today and could not even find any “Snowdrops” coming up; let alone blooming as they usually do this time of year.