Clay Higgins, New Jersey

Miniature Daffodils

June 22, 2016

Categories: American Daffodil Society, Breeding, Bulb Information, Daffodil Types, General, Growing Daffodils, Hybridizing, Miniatures, Seedling, Species

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This year I dug my miniatures, all of them.  I have slightly over 100 varieties counting some N. species and some hybrids of both Graham Fleming and mine.  I will be offering them though South Mountain Flower Farm, Mitch & Kate Carney.  If anyone is interested in the list, send me a private email to  title=.

My miniatures have become overwhelming in quantity and quality.  I think that this year I put in a Premier, Watrous, Bankhead and a Lavender all into the same show with other 3 stem and single stem entries.  I did that at two different shows however both my Premier’s were DQ because of a dead ‘Minnow’ 8W-Y, and the others were won by people who had more exotic daffodils than mine.  🙂  At least it was fun, but you can’t do that unless you have a lot of miniatures growing.  I don’t want to be able to do that again next year.  I’m downsizing.

Thank God that digging is over.


3 responses to “Miniature Daffodils”

  1. Annette Parker Kahn, Louisiana says:

    Clay, the email link doesn’t work from my computer. Please send me your list.
    Annette Parker Kahn

  2. Michael Berrigan, Minnesota says:

    I am interested.

  3. Roger and Terry Braithwaite, England says:
    Hi Clay
    I am very interested
    Terry Braithwaite