Graham Fleming, Australia

Flowering now in Canberra

August 23, 2015
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Categories: Daffodil Types, Hybridizing, Intermediates, Miniatures, Seedling, Winter Blooming Daffodils

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Hi
It always comes in handy to have something small when it comes to hybridizing miniatures. So I was quite delighted to find a tiny (about 6 inches tall) 1W-P in our garden bed. I was even more delighted to subsequently discover another one in the garden bed not all that far away from the first. I am not sure what David Jackson would say about turning his large daffodils into near miniatures. The seedlings are both the light Tasmanian pink. I suspect they would make good pot daffodils.
The other photos are of a couple of oddities and a micro mini.
The  inch high w p

Another  inch high w p

Mini div  semi double

Miniature kb split cup that is one split short of perfection

A tiny y y micro miniature that will probably fade to a w y

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