Monthly Archives: June 2014

Ian Dyson has passed

Ian Dyson died suddenly on the morning of the 16th June after planting some of the last of his daffodils for this season. He had been troubled recently with heart…

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Fertility of Classic Gold, Apollo Gold, and Little Laine

June 16, 2014
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Clay Higgins wrote on June 14 that he got seed from the open pollination of Classic Gold. This is a cross of N. bulbocodium conspicuus, which should be hexaploid, and N. rupicola which…

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Bill Pannill will be missed.

Dear All, Betty and I are so sad to hear this news. Over the years we had so much fun with Bill and Kit, so many laughs interspersed all our…

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Daffodil Seeds

June 14, 2014
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Hi All, I have planted the seed from this year’s crop, and have some left over. I don’t have as many as in the past as I have learned my…

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Double Narcissus with an identity crisis

Hello Everyone, I am back after a long absence.  I may not be prolific, but I will be reading with great interest.  Meanwhile, I have a little mystery to solve. …

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In Flower Today

June 13, 2014
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In Flower Today

Another bulbocodium that has opened this week. This is also raised by Bill Dijk probably similar breeding to the previous post.   Robin Hill

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