Tom Stettner, Ohio

2019 SWODS (southwest ohio daffodil society) show winners

April 28, 2019
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Categories: Daffodil Types, Show Results, Shows

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Hi All
It's been a crazy compressed season with up to 3 shows in a week, so I'm behind in
processing & posting photos. It may be a while before all this is over with and all the
show winner photos are all posted from the rest of the 9 shows I've visited this season. 

For this post, the SWODS show was held in the same venue over the past few years of the 
Krohn Conservatory at Eden park. And, along that theme, Mary Lou Gripshovers exquisite
cultivar "Eden Park" won the 3 stem intermediate ribbon. I just realized that I missed 
capturing the mini white ribbon win by Kathleen Simpson. I'm sorry about that. 

An amazing specimen of a newer cultivar "I Love You" (at least newer to some of us)
won the Gold Ribbon, exhibited by Rebecca Koesters. 

This show has an award for the best division 11 daffodil in honor of the conservatory's
Butterfly show going on at the same time and the public had to walk by the Daffodil show
to get to the butterfly show. 

This show also had a special 50th anniversary award winner which was awarded to the best
all yellow daffodil. This was awarded to Cameo Jewel exhibited by Nancy Gill. 

Enjoy the photos below. 

The Best in Show (Gold Ribbon) – “I Love You”, exhibited by Rebecca Koesters.

The White Ribbon Winner for the best 3 stem in thes show. Sweet Sommerset, exhibited by Carolyn Cutshall.

The Mini Best in Show, Little Mary Lou.. Exhibited by Mary Lou Gripshover

3 Stem Intermediate – Eden Park, exhibited by Mary Lou Gripshover

The Intermediate Single stem Winner. Brooke Ager.

The Single Stem Youth Award Winner. Misty Glen, exhibited by Jonah Hubert.

The 5 stem youth award win. Exhibited by Jonah Hubert. The flowers are from top left, Dreamlight, Misty Glen, Actaea, Bravoure, and Amadeus.

The Youth 3 stem Youth ribbon winner – Pipit, exhibited by Jonah Hubert.

The best “Butterfly” Daffodil – Tom Terrific, exhibigted by Mary Lou Gripshover.

The Rose Ribbon Winner for the best standard seedling in show. This winner was an open pollenated pod of Milestone.

The Small Grower Ribbon winner – Pipit, exhibited by Jonah Hubert.

The purple ribbon for the best 5 stem collection in the show. The down under collection exhibited by Nancy Gill.

The mini 3 stem by hybridizer. Seedlings Exhibited by Mary Lou Gripshover

The Marroon Ribbon Winner, exhibited by Linda Wallpe

The lavender ribbon winner for the best 5 stem minis. Exhibited by Kathleen Simpson

The 5 stem Intermediate winner. Flowers of, Little Ruby, Chromite, Lemon Honey, Starbrook and Dreamlight. Exhibited by Kathleen Simpson.

The Single Stem Historic Winner – Thalia, exhibited bhy Jim & Janet Wilson

The 3 Stem Historic Winner – Beryl, Exhibited by Nancy Gill.

The Havens Award winner. Exhibited by Kathleen Simpson

The single Stem Stem Classic Winner. Passionale, exhibited by Frank Vonder Meulen

The 3 Stem Classic Winner. Passionale, exhibited by Frank Vonder Meulen

The Bozievich winner. Flowers from top left, Louise Randal, Sabatini, Silent Pink, Water Music, Pacific Rim, Salome’, Oregon Pioneer, [down under variety, name escapes], Margaret’s Grace, Lemon Silk, MLSTN_OP_4 (6W-PPR), Arctic Pink.

Blue Ribbon 3 stem entry. Pink Charm, Exhibited byh Frank Vonder Meulen.

50th Anniversary Gold Daffodil – Cameo Jewel, exhibited by Nancy Gill.

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