Graham Fleming, Australia

What is blooming now in Canberra – Part 1

September 26, 2016
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Categories: Breeding, Daffodil Types, Hybridizing, Miniatures, Seedling, Standards

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Hi
We do a lot of late season hybridising. We have a lot of late flowering miniatures and small but not miniature seedlings that are ideal for growing in pots. Quite a lot of these seedlings are multi-headed and perfumed. Some are very good exhibition flowers while others are very good for the garden.
Some kb jonquilla seedlings the nicer one is on the rightSide view of kb miniature 4w p semi doubleKb small 7w p seedling with 3 pink florets that darken with ageKb seedling that may have too many florets to be a miniatureKb seedling that may have too many florets to be a miniature but it quite special as it goes from yellow to green to whiteKb miniature 8y o that has 6 floretsKb miniature 8y o that has 6 floretsKb miniature 7w w seedling with 5 floretsKb miniature 7w p that is single headedKb miniature 7w p of exhibition qualityKb miniature 5w w with three florets very niceKb miniature 5w w seedling that is on a very short stemKb miniature 4w p semi doubleKb 7w w seedling that may be too big for miniature because of its 5 florets

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