Tom Stettner, Ohio

2014 Southwest Ohio Daffodil Society Show Winners photos

April 18, 2014
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The SWODS show was held at the Cincinnati Civic Garden Center last Saturday April 12th. Staging couldn’t start until just before 7:30 a.m. and went until almost 10:30.  It was a larger show than most of the members had expected, but I thought it was about right with the amount of flowers that were opening at my place just the 48 hours before we setup that Friday.

Thanks to the Kentucky contingent, Kathleen Simpson from W. Virginia, a couple of Indiana folks and our friends from further north who had flowers, we had a very nice show. I’ll apologize for missing some of the 1st place 5 stem collection winners as I was busy with my protégé’ &  Dad who very kindly came up from Lexington to enter his flowers. This guy is 8 years old and he won his 1st 5 stem Junior award when he was only 4!. I’m glad to be able to cultivate the passion in him. I recently heard that his little brother told his Mom that the daffodils on the table were pretty and went with her clothes, Wow!, maybe another one?. And they just added a baby girl to the mix, so who knows where we will go from there.

The Awards all seemed to have been represented in this show which was really good to see. To me, it’s always impressive when an entry receives more than 1 ADS ribbon. I remember a couple of years ago in Atlanta, Lynn Ladd experienced a similar situation when her American Bred Collection won 3 ADS ribbons. That same was true in this show. The American Bred collection was also the Purple ribbon winner, and the Gold ribbon came from that same collection. Photos included here.

The Gold ribbon winner, Resplendent, taken from the Red White and Blue Ribbon winner.

The Gold ribbon winner, Resplendent, taken from the Red White and Blue Ribbon winner.

The Small Grower Ribbon was awarded to Pops Legacy, exhibited by Frank Vonder Meulen.

The Small Grower Ribbon was awarded to Pops Legacy, exhibited by Frank Vonder Meulen.

The Standard American Bred, the Purple, with the Gold ribbon winner in the center. The flowers are: Smooth Trumpet, resplendent, Pops Legacy, 67-71-2 (Easter Moon X Eileen Squires, 2W-Y) and Wheatley 87-163-16 , 2W-W

The Standard American Bred, the Purple, with the Gold ribbon winner in the center. The flowers are: Smooth Trumpet, resplendent, Pops Legacy, 67-71-2 (Easter Moon X Eileen Squires, 2W-Y) and Wheatley 87-163-16 , 2W-W

The Standard Rose Ribbon was exhibited by Mary Lou Gripshover. Sorry, didn't get the parents. Maybe Mary Lou and offer the details of her seedling winners.

The Standard Rose Ribbon was exhibited by Mary Lou Gripshover. Sorry, didn’t get the parents. Maybe Mary Lou and offer the details of her seedling winners.

The Kuduks also exhibited the winning Quinn entry of 24 stems from at least 5 divisions. The flowers were: Crakington, Bravoure, Altun Ha, Lone Star, Oregon Pioneer, Conquest, Lara, Sportsman, Denali, Fly Half, River Queen, Highfield Beauty, Goffs Cae, Conestoga, Banker, Pops Legacy, St Keverne, Actaea, High Society, Impeccable, Rim Ride, Javelin, Dayton Lake & Sweetness.

The Kuduks also exhibited the winning Quinn entry of 24 stems from at least 5 divisions. The flowers were: Crakington, Bravoure, Altun Ha, Lone Star, Oregon Pioneer, Conquest, Lara, Sportsman, Denali, Fly Half, River Queen, Highfield Beauty, Goffs Cae, Conestoga, Banker, Pops Legacy, St Keverne, Actaea, High Society, Impeccable, Rim Ride, Javelin, Dayton Lake & Sweetness.

Spud Brogden of Taranaki New Zealand offers Daffodils bulbs of New Zealand breeding to the best New Zealand stem in this show. The winner was "Conquest" exhibited by Mike and Lisa Kuduk.

Spud Brogden of Taranaki New Zealand offers Daffodils bulbs of New Zealand breeding to the best New Zealand stem in this show. The winner was “Conquest” exhibited by Mike and Lisa Kuduk.

The 5 stem Junior Ribbon was exhibited by Jonah Hubert with the flowers of: Astute, Orange Supreme, Magic Lantern, Catalyst & Iroquois.

The 5 stem Junior Ribbon was exhibited by Jonah Hubert with the flowers of: Astute, Orange Supreme, Magic Lantern, Catalyst & Iroquois.

The Junior Single Stem ribbon was Iroquios, taken from the 5 stem Junior ribbon winner. Exhibited by Jonah Hubert.

The Junior Single Stem ribbon was Iroquios, taken from the 5 stem Junior ribbon winner. Exhibited by Jonah Hubert.

The mini Gold ribbon for the best single Miniature Daffodil in show was an astounding, tiny little Div 6 Seedling of Frank Galyons. Exhibited by Linda Wallpe and taken from the winning Watrous entry. When you see the Watrous, you'll see just how small this was!

The mini Gold ribbon for the best single Miniature Daffodil in show was an astounding, tiny little Div 6 Seedling of Frank Galyons. Exhibited by Linda Wallpe and taken from the winning Watrous entry. When you see the Watrous, you’ll see just how small this was!

The Mini Rose Ribbon for the best mini seedling in show was exhibited by Mary Lou Gripshover.

The Mini Rose Ribbon for the best mini seedling in show was exhibited by Mary Lou Gripshover.

The mini White ribbon for the best miniature 3 stem entry in show was Sewanee, exhibited by Kathleen Simpson.

The mini White ribbon for the best miniature 3 stem entry in show was Sewanee, exhibited by Kathleen Simpson.

The Mini Red White & Blue ribbon for the best 5 stem mini daffs bred in American was exhibited by Mary Lou Gripshover with mostly her seedlings except the last 2 on the right, Heidi's Sister, and Oakwood Sprite.

The Mini Red White & Blue ribbon for the best 5 stem mini daffs bred in American was exhibited by Mary Lou Gripshover with mostly her seedlings except the last 2 on the right, Heidi’s Sister, and Oakwood Sprite.

The Watrous Award winner was exhibited by Linda Wallpe. You can see how tiny the mini gold Div 6 was on the bottom right. The flowers were: Sabrosa, Yellow Xit, Tiny Bubbles, Xit Sundial, Mite Flyaway, Adorable Lass, Hummingbird, Smidgen, Snipe and Galyon 1916 - 6Y-Y.

The Watrous Award winner was exhibited by Linda Wallpe. You can see how tiny the mini gold Div 6 was on the bottom right. The flowers were: Sabrosa, Yellow Xit, Tiny Bubbles, Xit Sundial, Mite Flyaway, Adorable Lass, Hummingbird, Smidgen, Snipe and Galyon 1916 – 6Y-Y.

The Maroon Ribbon for the best 5 stem Reverse Bicolors was exhibited by Kathleen Simpson with the flowers of: Helford Dawn, Lemon Silk, Avalon, & Goffs Caye.

The Maroon Ribbon for the best 5 stem Reverse Bicolors was exhibited by Kathleen Simpson with the flowers of: Helford Dawn, Lemon Silk, Avalon, & Goffs Caye.

The Lavender Ribbon for the best 5 stem mini collection in show was exhibited by Suzy Wert with the flowers of: Spoirot, tete a tete, Pequinita, Small Talk, & Medway Gold.

The Lavender Ribbon for the best 5 stem mini collection in show was exhibited by Suzy Wert with the flowers of: Spoirot, tete a tete, Pequinita, Small Talk, & Medway Gold.

The 3 stem Junior Ribbon was awarded to "Rose Of May" exhibited by Cassidy Stockmeier (sp).

The 3 stem Junior Ribbon was awarded to “Rose Of Tralee” exhibited by Cassidy Stockmeier (sp).

The intermediate single stem ribbon was Pink China exhibited by Kathleen Simpson.

The intermediate single stem ribbon was Pink China exhibited by Kathleen Simpson.

The single stem historic ribbon was Beryl, exhibited by Kathleen Simpson.

The single stem historic ribbon was Beryl, exhibited by Kathleen Simpson.

The 5 stem historic was exhibited by Mike and Lisa Kuduk with the flowers of: King Alfred, Actaea, Mt Hood, Lucifer & St Keverne.

The 5 stem historic was exhibited by Mike and Lisa Kuduk with the flowers of: King Alfred, Actaea, Mt Hood, Lucifer & St Keverne.

The 3 stem Historic Ribbon was Beryl, exhibited by Mike and Lisa Kuduk.

The 3 stem Historic Ribbon was Beryl, exhibited by Mike and Lisa Kuduk.

The Havens award winner exhibited by Kathleen Simpson with the flowers: Golden Echo, Port Chappel, Lemon Silk, Triller, Creed, Charity May, Katrina Rea, Buchanon, Lavalier, Emcys, Katie Heath and Rapture.

The Havens award winner exhibited by Kathleen Simpson with the flowers: Golden Echo, Port Chappel, Lemon Silk, Triller, Creed, Charity May, Katrina Rea, Buchanon, Lavalier, Emcys, Katie Heath and Rapture.

Orange Focus 1W-O

Orange Focus 1W-O

Not  in Daffseek, this was a nice stem of "Fox Moon". I believe exhibited by Mr and Mrs McGowan.

Not in Daffseek, this was a nice stem of “Fox Moon”. I believe exhibited by Mr and Mrs McGowan.

The classic single stem ribbon was Jetfire, exhibited by Margaret Baird.

The classic single stem ribbon was Jetfire, exhibited by Margaret Baird.

The 3 stem Classic Award, Ceylon with best in section ribbon on lower right. exhibited by Mike and Lisa Kuduk.

The 3 stem Classic Award, Ceylon with best in section ribbon on lower right. exhibited by Mike and Lisa Kuduk.

The Bozievich winner. With the flowers of:  Trigonometry, Creag Dubh, Summation, Corbiere, California Classic, Canny, Resplendent, Florence Joy, Wheatley 87-163-16, Small Stuff, Biometrics, & Smooth Trumpet.

The Bozievich winner. With the flowers of:
Trigonometry, Creag Dubh, Summation, Corbiere, California Classic, Canny, Resplendent, Florence Joy, Wheatley 87-163-16, Small Stuff, Biometrics, & Smooth Trumpet.

a Blue Ribbon 5 stem Div 1 Winner with the flowers of: Smooth Trumpet, Orange Focus, Bravoure, Simply Stunning, and Corbiere.

a Blue Ribbon 5 stem Div 1 Winner with the flowers of: Smooth Trumpet, Orange Focus, Bravoure, Simply Stunning, and Corbiere.

The White Ribbon winner, Rapture, exhibited by Margaret Baird.

The White Ribbon winner, Rapture, exhibited by Margaret Baird.

 

 

 

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5 Responses to 2014 Southwest Ohio Daffodil Society Show Winners photos

  1. Loyce McKenzie, Mississippi
    Loyce McKenzie, Mississippi
    April 18, 2014 at 7:36 pm

    And for newcomers to persuing the Daffnet show postings, if there’s a beautiful collection with no exhibitor named, it’s our modest photographer, not taking personal credit. Great flowers, Tom, and kudos for true mentoring—maybe there’ll be a family membership for the Huberts.

     

  2. Ben Blake, California
    Ben Blake, California
    April 19, 2014 at 10:38 pm

    Thanks for the photo of “Fox Moon”  Tom. I added it to Daffseek tonight!

    Cheers,

    Ben

     

     

     

     

  3. Tom Stettner, Ohio
    Tom Stettner, Ohio
    April 21, 2014 at 5:02 am

    Thanks very much Ben! – It seems that the 3 stem junior winner was not named correctly. The correct name is “Rose of Tralee” and after reviewing the notes from photos, it looks like it was named correctly in the show, I just couldn’t read the writing too well. Apologies!, This show was amazingly hectic!, I didn’t even stop to get lunch! argh! I wasn’t happy with the photos because of the lack of time, and I didn’t spend as much time as I wanted to with my Protégé’s family that I haven’t seen in the longest time! Stay tuned!, Photos from the Central Ohio Daffodil Society show this past Saturday are next!
    Tom

  4. Donna Dietsch, Ohio
    April 21, 2014 at 11:03 am

    Thanks Tom, for taking a picture of ‘Fox Moon’, my introduction.  George McGowan is the only person still growing it.  I lost all of my own several years ago. Thanks to George for showing it.  I wanted to come to the show but had something I had to do.  I know George wanted to surprise me.

    Donna –  Happily pollinating this week.

  5. Michael and Lisa Kuduk, Kentucky
    Michael and Lisa Kuduk, Kentucky
    April 21, 2014 at 6:52 pm

    That writing Tom couldn’t read was mine, as I was trying to play secretary and photography assistant. CODS reprimanded me about my writing on entry tickets, so I see some peel-off labels in my exhibiting future so judges and photographers do not go blind and can focus on the flowers. My apologies to all.