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Silver Chimes

December 19, 2019

Categories: Daffodil Types, Historics

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Good morning
Here is a post to me from David Fowlkes. I checked Joe Hamm’s 2019 listing and didn’t see this one there. I didn’t write him.

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“””I am a relatively new member of the ADS. I live in southern Virginia and am trying to get hold of a few bulbs of ‘Silver Chimes ‘ daffodils. Brent Heath tells me that the European stocks are viruses, so I am wondering if you know of a possible source of a few bulbs?
David Fowlkes
Burkeville, Virginia “””

3 Responses to Silver Chimes

  1. Drew Mc Farland, Ohio
    Drew Mc Farland, Ohio
    December 19, 2019 at 7:53 am

    We grow it here at Beinn Sloidh, and I may be able to add it to next year’s list. A reminder email in March will prompt me to check on it.


    Drew Mc Farland

    Beinn Sloidh Farm

    Granville, Ohio

  2. Ross Hornsby, Alabama
    Ross Hornsby, Alabama
    December 19, 2019 at 7:57 am

    How would one know if they are virused? I have some from a European stock and I’ve never seen any signs of disease on them or any other daffodils growing nearby.

  3. Bradley McCarson, South Carolina
    Bradley McCarson, South Carolina
    December 19, 2019 at 9:38 am

    I have several bulbs and may be able to share. They have no indication of a virus which could display yellow striped and stunted foliage.