Monthly Archives: February 2019

Tazettas by Bill Welch

I wanted to share the many wonderful tazettas supplied by Bill Welch in California, like him my favorite division is 8 and the division I mostly hybridize in. I have…

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Summer census

February 27, 2019
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By the end of summer 7 tazetta varieties have flowered: – two 8Y-O, one 8W-Y and four 8W-O. The first, 14_05T is quite nice. It still has a few florets…

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Brook’s Bears; 8Y-O

February 24, 2019
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Thank you Bob Spotts! It blooms with abandonment for me. Bob always said the cup color reminded him of my daughter, Brooke’s hair color. She came with me for an…

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Fred Silcock’s Pride and Glory

February 19, 2019
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A “tradition” of the Kyneton Daffodil Show, a “must-see” for those with a hunger for innovative breeding was a display, usually of five vases of Fred Silcock’s seedlings. Here are…

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N. italicus Blooming in GA

February 18, 2019
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Prior to the late John Lipscomb’s property being sold, Georgia Daffodil Society members were invited to come dig. And we did! This clump of N. italicus sat for 3 years,…

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Daffodils around homesteads

February 18, 2019
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Good morning all This question sounded like something many of you would want to discuss. frank From: Laura Smith Subject: Daffodils at Chickamauga Battlefield Message Body: I visited Chickamauga Battlefield…

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