Tom Stettner, Ohio

2016 World Daffodil Convention & Show – Show Photos, Toms Versions

April 16, 2016
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Categories: Show Results, Shows

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Hello All!

Since Kirby has already posted the photos, I’ll spare the comments that have already been quoted.

Just simply, here are my versions of the same winners since I know that some others will ask me to post them even when Kirby already has. I didn’t capture the Container Award Winning entries.

BEST IN SHOW - Banker, exhbited by Glenna Glenna M. Graves.

BEST IN SHOW – Banker, exhbited by Glenna Glenna M. Graves.

The White Ribbon Winner. Pacific Rim, exhibited by Gary Knehans. This was an outstanding entry!

The White Ribbon Winner. Pacific Rim, exhibited by Gary Knehans. This was an outstanding entry!

The Mini BEST IN SHOW & the mini Rose Ribbon for the best seedling in show was awarded to this little beauty, exhibited by Larry Force.

The Mini BEST IN SHOW & the mini Rose Ribbon for the best seedling in show was awarded to this little beauty, exhibited by Larry Force.

The Mini White was awarded to this collection of "Shaws Gift" exhibited again, by Larry Force.

The Mini White was awarded to this collection of “Shaws Gift” exhibited again, by Larry Force.

The Rose Ribbon for the best Seedling in show (Un Named Daffodil) AND the Olive Lee Trophy winner for the best flower from divisions 5 through 9 in the show. This was an Astounding Poet Daffodil from Larry Force's hybridizing. The parents are Lemon Tree X an Shaw Nature Reserve Poet. Awesome Job LARRY!

The Rose Ribbon for the best Seedling in show (Un Named Daffodil) AND the Olive Lee Trophy winner for the best flower from divisions 5 through 9 in the show. This was an Astounding Poet Daffodil from Larry Force’s hybridizing. The parents are Lemon Tree X an Shaw Nature Reserve Poet. Awesome Job LARRY!

The Intermediate single stem award was Little Alice, exhibited by Cindy Haeffner

The Intermediate single stem award was Little Alice, exhibited by Cindy Haeffner

The Small Grower award was this stem of Narcissus Poeticus, exhibited by Julie Dooley.

The Small Grower award was this stem of Narcissus Poeticus, exhibited by Julie Dooley.

Historic Single Stem, Blarney, exhbited by Becky Fox Matthews

Historic Single Stem, Blarney, exhbited by Becky Fox Matthews

The Classic Cultivar winner, Silent Valley, exhibited by Sue Luken taken from the 5 stem Classic winner.

The Classic Cultivar winner, Silent Valley, exhibited by Sue Luken taken from the 5 stem Classic winner.

Classic Single Stem award winner, Tahiti, exhibited by Molly Adams

Classic Single Stem award winner, Tahiti, exhibited by Molly Adams

The Fowlds award. Flight Path, exhbited by Mitch & Kate Carney

The Fowlds award. Flight Path, exhbited by Mitch & Kate Carney

The Historic 3 stem award. Picador, exhibited by Becky Fox Matthews

The Historic 3 stem award. Picador, exhibited by Becky Fox Matthews

The 3 stem Intermediate. Eden Park exhibited by Mary Lou Gripshover

The 3 stem Intermediate. Eden Park exhibited by Mary Lou Gripshover

The ADS Challenge of 3 seedlings by the hybridizer was won by Ringhaddy Daffiodils

The ADS Challenge of 3 seedlings by the hybridizer was won by Ringhaddy Daffiodils

The 3 stem Classic award winner. Sir Winston Churchill, exhibited by Carolyn Cutshall.

The 3 stem Classic award winner. Sir Winston Churchill, exhibited by Carolyn Cutshall.

The Red White & Blue Ribbon Winner was a collection of Poets from Larry Force. The Rose and Olive Lee award winners were also in this collection of all seedlings.

The Red White & Blue Ribbon Winner was a collection of Poets from Larry Force. The Rose and Olive Lee award winners were also in this collection of all seedlings.

The WORLD collection was awarded and exhibited by Karen Cogar with the flowers of: Jamor, Rebeccas Fire, Conestoga, Furneaux, & Honey Orange.

The WORLD collection was awarded and exhibited by Karen Cogar with the flowers of: Jamor, Rebeccas Fire, Conestoga, Furneaux, & Honey Orange.

The Northern Ireland Award was exhbited by Glenna Graves with the flowers of: Sacre Cour, Golden Flute, High Society, Scented Breeze, & Dignatory.

The Northern Ireland Award was exhbited by Glenna Graves with the flowers of: Sacre Cour, Golden Flute, High Society, Scented Breeze, & Dignatory.

The New Zealand Award winner was exhibited by Mitch and Kate Carney with the flowers of : Miller Seedling 07-067, Thumbs Up, Farewell, quickfire, & Kawhatau.

The New Zealand Award winner was exhibited by Mitch and Kate Carney with the flowers of : Miller Seedling 07-067, Thumbs Up, Farewell, quickfire, & Kawhatau.

The 3 minis by the Hybridizer, exhibited by Larry Force.

The 3 minis by the Hybridizer, exhibited by Larry Force.

The 6 minis by the hybridizer exhibited by Larry Force.

The 6 minis by the hybridizer exhibited by Larry Force.

The Maroon Ribbon for the best 5 stem reverse bicolors was exhibited by Cindy Cynthia M. Haeffner with the flowers of : Rambunctous, Burdekin, Lubaatan (?), Glovers Reef, and Avallon.

The Maroon Ribbon for the best 5 stem reverse bicolors was exhibited by Cindy Cynthia M. Haeffner with the flowers of : Rambunctous, Burdekin, Lubaatan (?), Glovers Reef, and Avallon.

The Lavender Award winner exhibited by Lynn Slackman with the flowers of Minnow, Fairy Chimes, Tiny Bubbles, Itsy Bitsy Splitzy, and Quince.

The Lavender Award winner exhibited by Lynn Slackman with the flowers of Minnow, Fairy Chimes, Tiny Bubbles, Itsy Bitsy Splitzy, and Quince.

The 5 stem intermediate award. Exhibited by Mitch & Kate Carney. The flowers are Filskit, Elfin Dell, Pink China, Pogo & Mighty Mite.

The 5 stem intermediate award. Exhibited by Mitch & Kate Carney. The flowers are Filskit, Elfin Dell, Pink China, Pogo & Mighty Mite.

The Historic 5 Stem Award Winner, exhibited by Mike & Lisa Kuduk with the flowers of Moonshine, St Agnes, Cheerfulness, Ace of Diamonds, & Dreamlight.

The Historic 5 Stem Award Winner, exhibited by Mike & Lisa Kuduk with the flowers of Moonshine, St Agnes, Cheerfulness, Ace of Diamonds, & Dreamlight.

The Grant & Amy Mitsch Award for the best 3 stem of Standard Seedlings in the show. It was awarded to 3 stems of this beauty from Elise Havens !

The Grant & Amy Mitsch Award for the best 3 stem of Standard Seedlings in the show. It was awarded to 3 stems of this beauty from Elise Havens !

English award winner, Exhibited by Gary Knehans with the flowers of: Cutting Edge, Jim Pierce, Fireblade, Birky, & Emma Jane.

English award winner, Exhibited by Gary Knehans with the flowers of: Cutting Edge, Jim Pierce, Fireblade, Birky, & Emma Jane.

The Dutch Award winner for 5.decades of daffodils. exhibited by Mike & Lisa Kuduk The flowers are: Martha Kermizis, Smooth Trumpet, Seney, Rapture & Windhover.

The Dutch Award winner for 5.decades of daffodils. exhibited by Mike & Lisa Kuduk The flowers are: Martha Kermizis, Smooth Trumpet, Seney, Rapture & Windhover.

Australian 5 stem award winner. Exhibited by Glenna Graves with flowers of: Elusive, Banker, Nowera, Shockwave and Legislator.

Australian 5 stem award winner. Exhibited by Glenna Graves with flowers of: Elusive, Banker, Nowera, Shockwave and Legislator.

The Classic 5 Stem award winner by Sue Luken, the flowers were: Bunting, Silent Valley, Silver Bells, Arish Mell, and Bridal Crown

The Classic 5 Stem award winner by Sue Luken, the flowers were: Bunting, Silent Valley, Silver Bells, Arish Mell, and Bridal Crown

the Carncairn award winner by Mike & Lisa Kuduk

the Carncairn award winner by Mike & Lisa Kuduk

The 12 by the hybridizer, again exhibited by Larry Force.

The 12 by the hybridizer, again exhibited by Larry Force.

The Premier Collection win for 24 stems of miniature daffodils from no less than 5 divisions. You can see the names on the stems here. The exhibitors were Mitch & Kate Carney.

The Premier Collection win for 24 stems of miniature daffodils from no less than 5 divisions. You can see the names on the stems here. The exhibitors were Mitch & Kate Carney.

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The Havens Award winner exhibited by Karen Cogar.

The Havens Award winner exhibited by Karen Cogar.

The Standard Bozievich award winner, exhibited by Cindy Cynthia M. Haeffner

The Standard Bozievich award winner, exhibited by Cindy Cynthia M. Haeffner

and ASTOUNDING Bozievish Award entry and winner for the section that allows special growing conditions. This was exhibited by Bramcote Daffodils, run by Terry & Roger Braithwaite. These flowers were Gargantuan!. most likely 4.5 to 5 inches accross. I don't have the names of each flower, but the bottom left is the infamous Dorchester.

and ASTOUNDING Bozievish Award entry and winner for the section that allows special growing conditions. This was exhibited by Bramcote Daffodils, run by Terry & Roger Braithwaite. These flowers were Gargantuan!. most likely 4.5 to 5 inches accross. I don’t have the names of each flower, but the bottom left is the infamous Dorchester.

I believe this was Sue Lukens 1st Tuggle Winner.

I believe this was Sue Lukens 1st Tuggle Winner.

The Quinn Collection winner (Minus a separate ADS single stem winner) was exhbited by Mitch & Kate Carney.

The Quinn Collection winner (Minus a separate ADS single stem winner) was exhbited by Mitch & Kate Carney.

The Throckmorton Award winner. Exhbited by Janet Hickman

The Throckmorton Award winner. Exhbited by Janet Hickman

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An Un name Daffodil seedling from Larry Force's hybridizing. number 04-157 with the breeding of Lemon Tree X Poeticus Poeticus. Amazing Larry!!

An Un name Daffodil seedling from Larry Force’s hybridizing. number 04-157 with the breeding of Lemon Tree X Poeticus Poeticus. Amazing Larry!!

 

 

One Response to 2016 World Daffodil Convention & Show – Show Photos, Toms Versions

  1. Ben Blake, California
    Ben Blake, California
    April 17, 2016 at 3:05 pm

    It is very interesting to see the same flowers photographed by both you and Kirby because you use different techniques.  I do not mean one technique is better than another and I recognize it is a tremendous amount of work to photograph so many flowers.

    I really like seeing photos taken with more natural light and suspect the colors better represent the actual flower colors.

    Thanks for posting your photos Tom