Graham Fleming, Australia

Flowering in Canberra today – Part 3

August 7, 2016

Categories: Breeding, Hybridizer, Hybridizing, Seedling

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A few more photos of our seedlings.
Some high quality micro miniatures flowering in the daffodil paddock two are seedlings of n. asturiensis var vasconicus

Some intermediates and miniatures there is a big height difference between the micro minis and the intermediates

Some kb miniature 6y y's flowering in their pot edited 1

Some kb miniatures and intermediates in their pots edited 1

Some large bulbocodium seedlings flowering

Some micro minis flowering in the daffodil paddock

Some miniature and intermediate 6y y seedlings in the shadehouse edited 1

Some more 6y y micro minis flowering our garden

This a tiny seedling with lots of n. asturiensis in the parentage edited 1

This flower is too large to be miniature even though it is on a very dwarf stem

This split cup looks like it will have splits matching the petals edited 1

Top quality kb mini 6w y that has overlapping perianth and not too much frill edited 1

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One Response to Flowering in Canberra today – Part 3

  1. Becky Fox Matthews, Tennessee
    Becky Fox Matthews, Tennessee
    August 13, 2016 at 2:02 pm

    Thanks for posting all those wee ones, Graham!