Graham Fleming, Australia

What is flowering in Canberra in very late season

September 30, 2016

Categories: Daffodil Types, Hybridizing, Miniatures, Seedling, Species, Standards

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Weather has continued to be one of lots of rain here. Our poeticus seedlings are all flowering now. They are later then Tony Davis’s hybrids but some of them are high quality flowers just very late. We still have lots of jonquilla hybrids flowering and some very late flowering triandus hybrids. Our season is not quite over yet as there are still some daffodils yet to flower.
We have bulbocodium seedlings planted along our house path. As we have bulbocodiums that flower at different time we have had bulbocodiums flowering for about 3 months.

A few kb apodanthe hybrids

Box of ntt of various heights

Box of late flowering kb bulbocodium hybrids

Giant decorative kb 2y p seedling

Kb 2w y seedling with narrow cup that does not catch

Kb 5w w seedling with 5 florets

Kb 7w y seedling of good form that has 2 florets

Kb 11y p that is more of a decorative

Kb bulbocodium seedling with lots of incurve in the cup

Kb i 7y y 51 08

Kb poet 14 2010

Kb poet 21 2010

Pot of clays gold

Pot of weary dearie

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One Response to What is flowering in Canberra in very late season

  1. Bob Spotts, California
    Bob Spotts, California
    October 2, 2016 at 5:19 pm

    Graham, Thanx for the viewing of some wondrous seedlings.