Tom Stettner, Ohio

2014 Pennsylvania Daffodil Growers South Show (Joe Hamms Barn)

May 3, 2014
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Happy Weekend All Daffodilians!

My apologies for the late posting. This week has been quite a challenge.

This show is held in Joe Hamms Barn that is built into his home in Washington PA. Most years this show is the same weekend as the Pittsburg show and competes for exhibitors. This year, with the weather causing delays across the country as well as some changes in show dates, Joes show experienced flower that would not normally be shown at his location. Normally, only the very latest flowers would be shown at this venue, mostly poets, but not this time! There was quite a varied example of divisions, from cyclamineus stems all the way to poets and species!. In fact, the Small Growers Ribbon was Rapture!

The Gold Ribbon winner was Round Oak 1Y-Y exhibited by Suzy Wert and taken from her winning Throckmorton entry. Each photo will quote the flower names where recorded, otherwise just the exhibitors name. The Bozie, Havens, and Throckmorton were not captured formally but WERE Awarded. The Havens exhibitor was Sara Kinne, the Bozie was my entry and the Throckmorton was exhibited by Suzy Wert. I have posted a few of the design winners here. Sorry for the arrangements of the photos. I can’t seem to get accustomed to this website very easily.

Sadly, this is the final photo show posting of the season, 🙁

 

*** Update *** I’ve been told that “Paul’s Glory” was named by Dr John Reed in honor of Mary Lou Gripshovers late husband Paul. I love those types of names!

 

Tahiti Design Edit Thin Vase Design 6278 Tulip Design EDIT

 

The Trophy Table

The Trophy Table

 

 

3 stem Classic - Tahiti

3 stem Classic – Tahiti

a blue ribbon winning 5 stem poet. Exhibited by Naomi Liggett.

a blue ribbon winning 5 stem poet. Exhibited by Naomi Liggett.

This one is not in Daffseek. Amabilis Argentius. A historic, registered in 1879. One of the many rare varieties that Joe protects.

This one is not in Daffseek. Amabilis Argentius. A historic, registered in 1879. One of the many rare varieties that Joe protects.

Angel 3W-GWW

Angel 3W-GWW

Arish Mell  5W-W

Arish Mell 5W-W

a large Athol Palace 4W-Y

a large Athol Palace 4W-Y

a nice 3 stem of Balanced Equation 11aW-P

a nice 3 stem of Balanced Equation 11aW-P

Braid Valley 9W-GYR, hardly ever seen in shows.

Braid Valley 9W-GYR, hardly ever seen in shows.

No photo in Daffseek. Butler University, a Dr John Reed registration.

No photo in Daffseek. Butler University, a Dr John Reed registration.

Celestial Flame, another Dr Reed registration.

Celestial Flame, another Dr Reed registration.

The classic 5 stem winner, exhibited by Mr LT Hoffman, with the flowers of: E.H. Wilson, Tahiti, Empress of Ireland (?),  Broomhill and Orangery.

The classic 5 stem winner, exhibited by Mr LT Hoffman, with the flowers of: E.H. Wilson, Tahiti, Empress of Ireland (?), Broomhill and Orangery.

The Classic Single Stem AND Classic Cultivar. Ice Wings, exhibited by Naomi Liggett.

The Classic Single Stem AND Classic Cultivar. Ice Wings, exhibited by Naomi Liggett.

A division 2 collection that I captured JUST to show the center flower with the incredible orange perianth!!!. This is a seedling by Nial Watson who is testing this in certain American climates. It was the most discussed flower of the show.

A division 2 collection that I captured JUST to show the center flower with the incredible orange perianth!!!. This is a seedling by Nial Watson who is testing this in certain American climates. It was the most discussed flower of the show.

The Best in Show, Round Oak. Exhibited by Suzy Wert, taken from the winning Throckmorton entry.

The Best in Show, Round Oak. Exhibited by Suzy Wert, taken from the winning Throckmorton entry.

Great Joy, 2W-P registered by Dr John Reed.

Great Joy, 2W-P registered by Dr John Reed.

a specimen of "Helen Link" 5W-P. I've never observed this in any show.

a specimen of “Helen Link” 5W-P. I’ve never observed this in any show.

The Historic 3 Stem Ribbon winner. Kansas, exhibited by Mr Lynn Hoffman.

The Historic 3 Stem Ribbon winner. Kansas, exhibited by Mr Lynn Hoffman.

The Historic 5 Stem Ribbon winner. The exhibitor is Naomi Liggett. The flowers are, silver chimes, Folly, Shanach, Picador, and Stilton.

The Historic 5 Stem Ribbon winner. The exhibitor is Naomi Liggett. The flowers are, silver chimes, Folly, Shanach, Picador, and Stilton.

No photos in Daffseek, Hullabaloo. Registered by Brian Duncan.

No photos in Daffseek, Hullabaloo. Registered by Brian Duncan.

The Single Stem Intermediate, Bonnies Gem. Exhibited by Naomi Liggett.

The Single Stem Intermediate, Bonnies Gem. Exhibited by Naomi Liggett.

The Lavender Ribbon winner exhibited by Suzy Wert. The flowers are Baby Boomer, Seedling W8, Yellow Pearl, Spring Serenade & Classic Gold.

The Lavender Ribbon winner exhibited by Suzy Wert. The flowers are Baby Boomer, Seedling W8, Yellow Pearl, Spring Serenade & Classic Gold.

A Mini White-Pink, "Little Karen" registered by Harold Koopowitz.

A Mini White-Pink, “Little Karen” registered by Harold Koopowitz.

Memorial Day, registered by Dr John Reed.

Memorial Day, registered by Dr John Reed.

The Mini Gold, Stafford, from a nice 3 stem entry. Exhibited by Naomi Liggett.

The Mini Gold, Stafford, from a nice 3 stem entry. Exhibited by Naomi Liggett.

The Mini White and mini Rose ribbons. A seedling numbered W8, exhibited by Suzy Wert.

The Mini White and mini Rose ribbons. A seedling numbered W8, exhibited by Suzy Wert.

a VERY nice 3 stem of Mount Hood.

a VERY nice 3 stem of Mount Hood.

Panchali 8Y-O registered by Wilf Hall of New Zealand.

Panchali 8Y-O registered by Wilf Hall of New Zealand.

This one doesn't even have registration information in Daffseek - Pauls Glory

This one doesn’t even have registration information in Daffseek – Pauls Glory

Pax Romana is pretty clear as a yellow perianth flower, but in Daffseek, it's quoted as a 1W-P. Amazing flower! and since I LOVE yellow pinks, it's certainly a beauty to me! exhibited by Sara Kinne.

Pax Romana is pretty clear as a yellow perianth flower, but in Daffseek, it’s quoted as a 1W-P. Amazing flower! and since I LOVE yellow pinks, it’s certainly a beauty to me! exhibited by Sara Kinne.

The Purple Ribbon Winner. exhibited by Suzy Wert, the flowers are:  Lake Superior, Tywara, Pops Legacy, Golden Alpha (?), and Beaulieu.

The Purple Ribbon Winner. exhibited by Suzy Wert, the flowers are:
Lake Superior, Tywara, Pops Legacy, Golden Alpha (?), and Beaulieu.

a very nice 3 stem of Requiem, registered by Helen Link.

a very nice 3 stem of Requiem, registered by Helen Link.

The Small Growers Ribbon winner, "Rapture" exhibited by Ed Bennett.

The Small Growers Ribbon winner, “Rapture” exhibited by Ed Bennett.

Westminster Pink. Taken from the Standard 5 stem American Bred Ribbon win.

Westminster Pink. Taken from the Standard 5 stem American Bred Ribbon win.

The White Ribbon and 3 Stem Intermediate Ribbon winner. Pogo, exhibited by Frederica Lawlor.

The White Ribbon and 3 Stem Intermediate Ribbon winner. Pogo, exhibited by Frederica Lawlor.

a VERY nice "White Tea", exhibited by Suzy Wert.

a VERY nice “White Tea”, exhibited by Suzy Wert.

The Single Stem Youth Ribbon winner, Yellow Cheerfulness. Exhibited by Cassidy Stockmeier.

The Single Stem Youth Ribbon winner, Yellow Cheerfulness. Exhibited by Cassidy Stockmeier.

The show floor from above.

The show floor from above.

The Standard Red White and Blue Ribbon winner. Flowers of Classy Lady, Westminster Pink, Rubythroat, Memorial Day, & Great Joy.

The Standard Red White and Blue Ribbon winner. Flowers of Classy Lady, Westminster Pink, Rubythroat, Memorial Day, & Great Joy.

 

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2 Responses to 2014 Pennsylvania Daffodil Growers South Show (Joe Hamms Barn)

  1. Harold Koopowitz, California
    Harold Koopowitz, California
    May 5, 2014 at 1:44 pm

    Lots of nice flowers here. thanks Tom.

  2. Larry Force, Mississippi
    Larry Force, Mississippi
    May 9, 2014 at 4:36 am

    What was the name or number of the 2O-R seedling in the division 2 collection? Anyone