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2016 Saint Louis Show – Standard Collection Awards

April 14, 2016
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Here are the standard collections that won ADS awards at the 2016 World Daffodil Convention daffodil show.

Historic Collection of Five Ribbon

Historic Collection of Five Ribbon

Michael and Lisa Kuduk exhibited the best collection of five historic daffodils. The flowers are: Back: ‘Moonshine’ 5W-W (1927), ‘Saint Agnes’ 8W-O (1926), ‘Cheerfulness’ 4W-Y (1923);
Front: ‘Ace of Diamonds’ 9W-R (1921), ‘Dreamlight’ 3W-GWR (1934).

Best Classic Collection of Five Ribbon

Best Classic Collection of Five Ribbon

Susan Luken exhibited the best collection of five classic daffodils. The flowers are:
Back: ‘Bunting’ 7Y-O (1965), ‘Silent Valley’ 1W-GWW (1964), ‘Silver Bells’ 5W-W (1962);
Front: ‘Bridal Crown’ 4W-Y (1949), ‘Arish Mell’ 5W-W (1961).

Maroon Ribbon

Maroon Ribbon

The Maroon Ribbon is for the best collection of five reverse bicolor standard daffodils. The winning exhibitor was Cindy Haeffner. The flowers are:
Back: ‘Rambunctious’ 2YYW-WWY, ‘Burdekin’ 1Y-W, ‘Lubaantun’ 1YYW-WWY;
Front: ‘Glover’s Reef’ 1YYG-WWY, ‘Avalon’ 2Y-W.

Red-White-Blue Ribbon

Red-White-Blue Ribbon

The Red-White-Blue Ribbon is for the best collection of five American-Bred standard daffodils. The winning exhibitor was Larry Force. The flowers are:
04-157 9W-GGO (‘Lemon Tree’ x N. poeticus var. poeticus), 06-183 9W-GOR (‘Frank’ x ‘Mary Oliver’), 06-158 9W-GYR (‘Dulcimer’ x ‘Lemon Tree’), 05-165 9W-GYR (‘Lemon Tree’ x SNR poet), 06-170 9W-GYR (‘Mary Oliver’ x MH65-02).
I presume MH65-02 is a Max Hamilton seedling.

Purple Ribbon

Purple Ribbon

The Purple Ribbon is for the best collection of five standard daffodils in the show. The winning collection happened to be in the special collection class for this show, the World Collection. The requirements is that each daffodil must have been bred in a different country (where we’re willing to accept England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland as separate countries). Exhibitor of the winning exhibit was Karen Cogar. Flowers in the winning collection are:
‘Jamore’ 2Y-R (O’More, New Zealand), ‘Rebecca’s Fire’ 2Y-YYO (Postles, England), ‘Conestoga’ 2W-GYO (Bender, U.S.A.), ‘Furneaux’ 2Y-Y (Jackson, Australia), ‘Honeyorange’ 2O-R (Duncan, Northern Ireland).

Carncairn Trophy

Carncairn Trophy

The Carncairn Trophy is for the best collection of five standards bred in Ireland (includes Northern Ireland as well as the Republic of Ireland). Exhibitors of the winning collection were Michael and Lisa Kuduk. The flowers are:
Back: ‘Kilworth’ 2W-YOO (Richardson), ‘Montroig’ 2W-YYP (Duncan), ‘Dena’ 3W-WWP (Duncan);
Front: ‘Capisco’ 3W-GYR (Ballydorn), ‘Birthday Girl’ 2W-GWW (Duncan).

New Zealand Award

New Zealand Award

The New Zealand Award is for the best collection of five standards bred in New Zealand. The winning exhibitor (Mitch and Kate Carney) receive a gold medal from the National Daffodil Society of New Zealand and bulbs from Brogden Bulbs. The flowers in the winning collection are:
G. & F. Miller 07-067 2Y-Y, ‘Thumbs Up’ 2Y-O (Hamilton), Cape Farewell 4W-WYR (Hunter), ‘Quickfire’ 2Y-YOO (Hunter), ‘Kawhatau’ 3Y-Y (Hamilton).

Northern Ireland Trophy

Northern Ireland Trophy

The Northern Ireland Trophy is for the best collection of five standards bred in Northern Ireland. Exhibitor of the winning collection was Glenna Graves. The flowers in the collection are:
Back: ‘Sacré Coeur’ 2W-GYP (Duncan), ‘Golden Flute’ 2Y-Y (Duncan), ‘High Society’ 2W-GWP (Duncan);
Front: ‘Scented Breeze’ 2W-YYP (Duncan), ‘Dignatory’ 2W-P (Duncan).

Dutch Trophy

Dutch Trophy

Despite its name, the trophy is not for Dutch bred daffodils; the trophy was given by the Dutch. The collection class calls for five standard daffodils, each registered in a different decade. The exhibitors of the winning collection were Michael & Lisa Kuduk. The flowers in the collection are:
Back: ‘Martha Kermizis’ 2Y-O (Bellinger 2007), ‘Smooth Trumpet’ 1W-Y (Wheatley 1999), ‘Seney’ 2Y-O (Bellinger 2010);
Front: ‘Rapture’ 6Y-Y (Mitsch 1976), ‘Windhover’ 3W-GYR (Jerrell 1987).

Australian Trophy

Australian Trophy

The Australian Trophy is for the best collection of five standards bred in Australia. Exhibitor of the winning collection was Glenna Graves. The flowers in the collection are:
‘Elusive’ 3W-R (Jackson), ‘Banker’ 2Y-O (Jackson), ‘Nowra’ 2W-R (Jackson), ‘Shockwave’ 2Y-O (Jackson), ‘Legislator’ 3Y-Y (Jackson).

English Award (Grown under other conditions)

English Award (Grown under other conditions)

We were delighted to have Roger Braithwaite bring flowers from England to the 2016 World Daffodil Convention show. Since ADS show regulations require that standard be grown out in the open, we needed to keep the competition fair to other exhibitors by subdividing the English collection class into those where all flowers were grown in the open and those where flowers might have been grown under cover. With the subdivision, we had two English Award winners. Here is one exhibited by Roger Braithwaite. The flowers are:
Back: ‘Saxonbury’ 2Y-Y (Burr), ‘Barbara Ann’ 2W-W (Postles), Postles CPS 304 1Y-O, ‘Entrepreneur’ 2W-P (Postles), Postles CPS 16-1 4Y-O.

English Award (Grown under ADS conditions)

English Award (Grown under ADS conditions)

In the other subdivision of the English collection class, the exhibitor of the winning entry was Gerard Knehans, Jr. The flowers in this exhibit are:
Back: ‘Cutting Edge’ 2W-O (Postles), ‘Jim Pearce’ 2W-O (Postles), ‘Fire-Blade’ 2Y-YYO (Postles);
Front: ‘Birky’ 2W-P (Postles), ‘Emma-Jane’ 2W-Y (Postles).

Best Intermediate Collection of Five Ribbon

Best Intermediate Collection of Five Ribbon

Exhibitors of the best collection of five intermediates were Mitch and Kate Carney. The flowers are:
‘Filskit’ 2Y-Y, ‘Elfin Dell’ 2W-P, ‘Pink China’ 2W-P, ‘Pogo’ 3W-GYO, ‘Mighty Mite’ 1Y-Y.

Havens Award

Havens Award

The Havens Award is for the best collection of twelve standards from at least three RHS divisions. 5 through 10. Exhibitor of the winning collection was Karen Cogar. The flowers are:
Back: ‘Dan du Plessis’ 8Y-O, ‘Surfside’ 6W-Y, ‘Nessa’ 7Y-O, ‘Eland’ 7W-W, ‘Minute Waltz’ 6YYW-WWY, ‘Nickelodeon’ 8W-W;
Front: ‘Sheer Joy’ 6W-W, ‘Whang-Hi’ 6Y-O, ‘Ice Wings’ 5W-W, ‘Arrowhead’ 6Y-R, ‘Sugar Rose’ 6W-GWP, ‘Elfin Gold’ 6Y-Y.

Bozievich Award (Grown under ADS conditions)

Bozievich Award (Grown under ADS conditions)

The Bozievich collection class was also subdivided into those grown under ADS conditions and those grown under other conditions. The winning exhibit in the former was entered by Cindy Haeffner. The flowers are:
Top row: ‘Bertrand Gold’ 2Y-Y, ‘Rushmore’ 2W-O, ‘Angkor’ 4Y-Y;
3rd row: ‘Killearnan’ 3W-GYR, ‘Changing Day’ 1Y-O, ‘Royal Marine’ 2W-YOO;
2nd row: ‘Conestoga’ 2W-GYO, ‘Pacific Rim’ 2Y-YYR, ‘Cape Point’ 2W-P;
Bottom row: ‘Pax Romana’ 1W-P, ‘Cinnamon Ring’ 3W-WWO, ‘WOW!’ 2Y-Y.

Bozievich Award (Grown under other conditions)

Bozievich Award (Grown under other conditions)

Roger Braithwaite entered the winning exhibit in the subdivision of the Bozievich class for daffodils grown under other conditions. The flowers in the collection are:
Top row: ‘Pol Crocan’ 2W-P, ‘Gold Convention’ 2Y-Y, ‘Barbara Ann’ 2W-W, ‘Rheban Red’ 2Y-O;
Middle row: ‘Copper Sheen’ 2O-R, ‘Entrepreneur’ 2W-P, ‘Banker’ 2Y-O, Postles CPS 1350 1W-Y;
Bottom row: ‘Dorchester’ 4W-P, ‘Tao’ 3Y-O, Postles CPS 306 1W-P, ‘Cameo Fire’ 2Y-R.

Harry I. Tuggle, Jr. Trophy

Harry I. Tuggle, Jr. Trophy

The Tuggle Trophy is for the best collection of three stems each of twelve standards from at least three RHS divisions. The winning collection was exhibited by Susan Luken. The flowers are:
Top row: ‘Estrella’ 3W-YYR, ‘Spindletop’ 3W-Y, ‘Merlin’s Castle’ 3W-GYO, ‘My Sweetheart’ 3W-YYR;
Middle row: ‘Stratosphere’ 7Y-O, ‘Songket’ 2W-GWP, ‘Regeneration’ 7YYW-W, ‘Beautiful Eyes’ 7W-O;
Bottom row: ‘Ice Wings’ 5W-W, ‘Bunting’ 7Y-O, ‘Birthday Girl’ 2W-GWW, ‘Demitasse’ 12W-Y.

Throckmorton Award

Throckmorton Award

The Throckmorton Award is for the best collection of fifteen standard daffodils from fifteen different RHS classifications. A classification is the division number plus the color code. Exhibitor of the winning collection was Janet Hickman. The flowers are:
Top row: ‘College Years’ 3Y-YYO, ‘Pampaluna’ 11aY-Y, ‘Sacré Coeur’ 2W-GYP, ‘Leaf Peeper’ 2Y-R, ‘River Queen’ 2W-W;
Middle row: ‘Bantam’ 2Y-YOO, ‘Pogo’ 3W-GYO, ‘Namraj’ 2Y-YYR, ‘Spindletop’ 3W-Y, ‘Margaret Herbert’ 7Y-R;
Bottom row: ‘Ladies’ Choice’ 7W-W, ‘Perpetuation’ 7YYW-W, ‘Poet’s Way’ 9W-GYR, ‘Gold Gremlin’ 7Y-Y, ‘Moonshine’ 5W-W.

Quinn Award

Quinn Award

The Quinn Award is for the best collection of 24 standard daffodils from at least five RHS divisions. Mitch and Kate Carney exhibited the winning collection. The flowers are:
Top row: ‘Excalibur’ 2Y-O, ‘Try Line’ 3W-YYR, ‘Oppoet’ 9W-GYR, ‘Pirongia Lemon’ 2YYW-W, ‘Mason Road’ 2Y-R, ‘Spring Lustre’ 3W-YYO;
3rd row: ‘Carla Maree’ 2W-R, ‘Thumbs Up’ 2Y-O, ‘Cindy’s Choice’ 2W-YYO, ‘Menehay’ 11aY-O, ‘Ethereal Dawn’ 2W-P, ‘Waiwiri’ 4W-Y;
2nd row: ‘Barndance’ 3Y-R, ‘Debs Jewel’ 2W-GWR, ‘Luminosity’ 2YYW-W, ‘Bandit’ 2W-YYO, ‘Flaming Hot’ 2Y-R, ‘Polar Mist’ 1W-W;
Bottom row: ‘Centrefold’ 3W-YYR, ‘Cameo Frills’ 2Y-YOO, ‘Dynasty’ 2Y-R, ‘Flight Path’ 6Y-W, ‘Cosmic Ocean’ 2W-WWP, ‘Conestoga’ 2W-GYO.
Notice that all but two are New Zealand cultivars, no doubt a delight to all the convention registrants who came from New Zealand.

Goethe Link Award

Goethe Link Award

Americans remember Helen Link, but the award was given by her in memory of her husband, so it’s the only ADS award not named for a daffodil luminary. The ADS defines “collection” as five or more, so three is technically not a collection, but it seems reasonable to show the Link winner here. This is one of the three classes in the Challenge Section that permits the flowers to be grown under any conditions – like in a greenhouse. Hence flowers in this section are not eligible for the Gold, Rose, Miniature Gold, or Miniature Rose Ribbons. The flowers are exhibited under the name of their hybridizer. The exhibitor of the winning entry in the class for three bred by the exhibitor was Nial Watson. The flowers are:
W740 [11aY-Y], W750 [2O-O], W1113 [1Y-P].
No classifications were given (or required), so the classifications in brackets are merely the interpretation of the show recorder.

Murray Evans Trophy

Murray Evans Trophy

The Murray Evans Trophy is for the best exhibit of the class in the Challenge Section for six hybridized by the exhibitor. Exhibitor of the winning entry was Elise Havens. The flowers are:
Top row: ‘Astute’ 2W-O, ‘Emperor Concerto’ 2YYW-WWY, 3YH2/1 2YYW-P;
Bottom row: ‘Relativity’ 2YYW-Y, ‘Proliferation’ 7W-W, SH32/2 2YYW-W.

William G. Pannill Cup

William G. Pannill Cup

The ADS Challenge Cup has been renamed the William G. Pannill Cup. This class in the Challenge Section calls for twelve daffodils hybridized by the exhibitor. Exhibitor of the winning collection was Nial Watson. The flowers are:
Top row: ‘Mzungu’ 2W-W, ‘Muiranna’ 1Y-Y, W960 [4Y-Y], ‘Regal Glow’ 1Y-Y;
Middle row: W750 [2O-O], W739 [1Y-P], W987 [2Y-OOR], W858 [2W-Y];
Bottom row: W743 [2W-WWP], W741 [2Y-O], ‘Clean Sweep’ 3W-WWY, W105 [2Y-Y].

This concludes all the standard collections that won awards.

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