Tom Stettner, Ohio

2014 Central Ohio Daffodil Society – Show

April 21, 2014
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This show is always held at the Franklin Park Conservatory. In the lower level, they combine a couple of lecture rooms to allow for a very nice space to hold just about as many flowers that can be brought in.

Just as in other  shows, this one feared  to be a small one, but with the out of town exhibitors showing up, it was actually quite a nice show with some very impressive flowers.

CODS offers several awards for specific single stem catagories. Best Pink, Best American, and Spud Brogden sponsors a Best New Zealand Single stem award. In this show, the “Best In Show” (Gold Ribbon), was also awarded the best Pink and the best New Zealand awards. Taken from the winning Throckmorton 15 stem entry, exhibited by Nancy Gill. All the photos of the winners are shown here, and some special flowers that were stand outs, either in rare cases, or in some FUN flowers. Anything that does not quote an award was just a flower that is not often shown in show, or not very well known.

The Gold Ribbon Winner, Polar Sky, was also chosen as the New Zealand award and the CODS Best Pink award. Exhibited by Nancy Gill.

The Gold Ribbon Winner, Polar Sky, was also chosen as the New Zealand award and the CODS Best Pink award. Exhibited by Nancy Gill.

The White Ribbon was Ombersley, exhibited by Nancy Gill.

The White Ribbon was Ombersley, exhibited by Nancy Gill.

The Mini Gold Ribbon was awarded to a Koopowitz mini 8W-P exhibited by Mary Lou Gripshover.

The Mini Gold Ribbon was awarded to a Koopowitz mini 8W-P exhibited by Mary Lou Gripshover.

The Mini White Ribbon winner was Xit, exhibited by Kathleen Simpson.

The Mini White Ribbon winner was Xit, exhibited by Kathleen Simpson.

The Intermediate Single Stem Ribbon was  awarded  to Pink China exhibited by Nancy Gill.

The Intermediate Single Stem Ribbon was
awarded to Pink China exhibited by Nancy Gill.

The 3 stem Intermediate Ribbon was awarded to Bantam, exhibited by Kathleen Simpson.

The 3 stem Intermediate Ribbon was awarded to Bantam, exhibited by Kathleen Simpson.

The Classic Single Stem & best classic cultivar Ribbons was awarded to Dainty Miss, exhibited by Margaret Baird.

The Classic Single Stem & best classic cultivar Ribbons was awarded to Dainty Miss, exhibited by Margaret Baird.

The 3 Stem Classic Ribbon was awarded to Dallas, exhibited by Miek & Lisa Kuduk.

The 3 Stem Classic Ribbon was awarded to Dallas, exhibited by Miek & Lisa Kuduk.

The Classic 5 stem Ribbon was awarded to this collection exhibited by Mike & Lisa Kuduk with the flowers of: Ambergate, Dallas, Tahiti, Noweta (?), and Ceylon

The Classic 5 stem Ribbon was awarded to this collection exhibited by Mike & Lisa Kuduk with the flowers of: Ambergate, Dallas, Tahiti, Noweta (?), and Ceylon

The Historic Single Stem Ribbon winner was Beryl, exhibited by Naomi Liggett.

The Historic Single Stem Ribbon winner was Beryl, exhibited by Naomi Liggett.

The Historic 3 Stem Ribbon winner was Yellow Cheerfulness, exhibited by Mike & Lisa Kuduk.

The Historic 3 Stem Ribbon winner was Yellow Cheerfulness, exhibited by Mike & Lisa Kuduk.

The 5 stem junior was not offered in this show, but the officers graciously allowed it to be exhibited for Cassidy Stockmeier. The flowers are: Waterperry 7W-YPP Loch Hope 2Y-R Eclat 2W-YPP Irish Coffee 3Y-YYO Barbet 2W-P

The 5 stem junior was not offered in this show, but the officers graciously allowed it to be exhibited for Cassidy Stockmeier. The flowers are: Waterperry 7W-YPP
Loch Hope 2Y-R
Eclat 2W-YPP
Irish Coffee 3Y-YYO
Barbet 2W-P

The single stem Junior ribbon was awarded to Loch Hope. Exhibited by Cassidy Stockmeier and taken from the 5 stem Junior award winner.

The single stem Junior ribbon was awarded to Loch Hope. Exhibited by Cassidy Stockmeier and taken from the 5 stem Junior award winner.

The Lavender Ribbon was exhibited by Mary Lou, with the following flowers: JAH 13/98a (John Hunter), Koopowitz 3-036-08 8W-P, N. Jonquilla, N. Jonquilla Var Minor, and Trevanion 02/4T.

The Lavender Ribbon was exhibited by Mary Lou, with the following flowers: JAH 13/98a (John Hunter), Koopowitz 3-036-08 8W-P, N. Jonquilla, N. Jonquilla Var Minor, and Trevanion 02/4T.

Another Mary Lou Seedling. Bred from Amadeus.

Another Mary Lou Seedling. Bred from Amadeus.

I felt this seedling was better than the chosen Rose Ribbon. Exhibited by Mary Lou Gripshover. The parents are "Casey X Geometrics". fantastic!

I felt this seedling was better than the chosen Rose Ribbon. Exhibited by Mary Lou Gripshover. The parents are “Casey X Geometrics”. fantastic!

A seedling of Colins Joy X Triandrus, exhibited by Mary Lou Gripshover.

A seedling of Colins Joy X Triandrus, exhibited by Mary Lou Gripshover.

The Quinn award winner exhibited by Mary Lou Gripshover. Sorry, I didn't get the flower names.

The Quinn award winner exhibited by Mary Lou Gripshover. Sorry, I didn’t get the flower names.

The Standard Red White & Blue Win was also chosen as the Purple Ribbon Winner and the Rose Ribbon was the lower left flower in this collection. The flowers are: Conestoga, Oregon Pioneer, Bee Mabley, and 2 seedlings below.

The Standard Red White & Blue Win was also chosen as the Purple Ribbon Winner and the Rose Ribbon was the lower left flower in this collection. The flowers are: Conestoga, Oregon Pioneer, Bee Mabley, and 2 seedlings below.

The Rose Ribbon Winner. Burning Bush X Amboseli. Although I feel that Mary Lous White-Yellow seedling from Geometrics was better.

The Rose Ribbon Winner. Burning Bush X Amboseli. Although I feel that Mary Lous White-Yellow seedling from Geometrics was better.

The Best American Bred Single Stem (CODS Award) was awarded to La Paloma, exhibited by Nancy Gill.

The Best American Bred Single Stem (CODS Award) was awarded to La Paloma, exhibited by Nancy Gill.

The Small Growers Ribbon winner, Red Envy, exhibited by Frank Vonder Meulen. I think the bulbs liked our harsh winter this year!

The Small Growers Ribbon winner, Red Envy, exhibited by Frank Vonder Meulen. I think the bulbs liked our harsh winter this year!

Spring Sunset, introduced by Brian Duncan.

Spring Sunset, introduced by Brian Duncan.

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The Throckmorton Award exhibited by Nancy Gill. My Apologies, as I didn't get the flower names.

The Throckmorton Award exhibited by Nancy Gill. My Apologies, as I didn’t get the flower names.

Tickled Pink. Hybridized by Brian Duncan.

Tickled Pink. Hybridized by Brian Duncan.

A few comments were made about this flower. Twilight Zone. Hybridized by Spud Brogden of Taranaki New Zealand.

A few comments were made about this flower. Twilight Zone. Hybridized by Spud Brogden of Taranaki New Zealand.

The Watrous winner, exhibited by Naomi Liggett includes the flowers: tete-a-tete, xit, mite, minnow, hummingbird, spoirot, tinny bubbles, junior miss, little cuda, yellow pearl, waterii, and gipsy queen.

The Watrous winner, exhibited by Naomi Liggett includes the flowers: tete-a-tete, xit, mite, minnow, hummingbird, spoirot, tinny bubbles, junior miss, little cuda, yellow pearl, waterii, and gipsy queen.

We called this 8th wonder because of the 8 petals. It's "Red Envy" and 2 bulbs did this for Frank this year.

We called this 8th wonder because of the 8 petals. It’s “Red Envy” and 2 bulbs did this for Frank this year.

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2 Responses to 2014 Central Ohio Daffodil Society – Show

  1. Harold Koopowitz, California
    Harold Koopowitz, California
    April 21, 2014 at 2:29 pm

    Who won the Rose Ribbon. was it also Mary Lou. Some nice seedlings Mary Lou. As usual great photography Tom.

    harold

  2. Mary Lou Gripshover, Ohio
    Mary Lou Gripshover, Ohio
    April 21, 2014 at 4:07 pm

    Tom won the Rose Ribbon.  Our intrepid photographer is modest, so when you don’t see a winner’s name, it means Tom was the exhibitor.  Thanks for  your comments on my seedlings, Harold.  And Tom, thanks for posting photos of my seedlings.  They are all sooooo much better than my seedling which won at the SWODS show a week earlier.  That one from SWODS was nearly dead.