Tom Stettner, Ohio

2020 Georgia Daffodil Society Show Winners

March 19, 2020
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Categories: Show Results, Shows

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Hello my fellow Narcissus enthusiasts!

The Georgia Daffodil Society held it’s show on March 7th at it’s usual venue of the beautiful Chattahoochee Nature Preserve in Roswell Georgia.
See the photos below from this shows results.

The Gold & White Standard Ribbons were awarded to the wonderful cultivar of Southern Hospitality, exhibited by the John Lipscomb Estate.

It’s such an incredible feeling to see Johns son and daughter continuing to keep his daffodils and memory going. He was always such a wonderful guy and his children continue his legacy there as well. They are so kind and lovely people to be with.

Sadly, the next and seemingly final show photo posts from me will be the Dallas Convention. On we go!

The Best in Show – Southern Hospitality Exhibited by the John Lipscomb Estate.

The White Ribbon Winner - Southern Hospitality Exhibited by the John Lipscomb Estate.

The White Ribbon Winner – Southern Hospitality Exhibited by the John Lipscomb Estate.

The Mini Best in Show. Cheeky Chappie, exhibited by Janet Hickman, taken from the Watrous award winner.

The mini white ribbon for the best 3 stem mini entry in show. N. Fernandesii, exhibited by Jaydee Atkins Ager

The Intermediate single stem winner, Mighty Mite – exhibited by Janet Loyd.

The 3 stem intermediate ribbon winner, Bonnies Jewel, exhibited by Bonnie Campbell.

The Single Stem and Cultivar winner of the Classic Ribbons – Ceylon, exhibited by Darrin Ellis-May

The Bankhead award for the best entry of 9 different mini daffodils. Exhibited by Janet Loyd. Flowers were: Baby Moon, Mite, Claire, Pixies Sisters, Jonq Simplex, N. Fernandesii, Oxford Gold, Minnow and Tete A Tete.

The 3 stem Classic Winner, Ceylon. Exhibited by Carolyn Silcox

The Amercian Bred 5 stem winner which was also the purple ribbon winner for the best 5 stem in show. The Flowers are – Pueblo, Kedron, Katie Heath, Jetfire and rapture. Exhibited by Betsy Abrams.

The Historic Single Stem Winner, Mite – exhibited by Molly Adams

The 3 stem Historic Winner, Avalanche – exhibited by Bonnie Campbell.

The Historic 5 stem Ribbon winner. Exhbited by the John Lipscomb Estate with the flowers of: Mrs Ernst H. Eslage, Golden Spur, Armada, Frude Joie, & Beersheeba

The Bankhead award for the best entry of 9 different mini daffodils. Exhibited by Janet Loyd. Flowers were: Baby Moon, Mite, Claire, Pixies Sisters, Jonq Simplex, N. Fernandesii, Oxford Gold, Minnow and Tete A Tete.

The Bankhead award for the best entry of 9 different mini daffodils. Exhibited by Janet Loyd. Flowers were: Baby Moon, Mite, Claire, Pixies Sisters, Jonq Simplex, N. Fernandesii, Oxford Gold, Minnow and Tete A Tete.

The Watrous award winner. Exhibited by Janet Hickman. flowers were: Cheeky Chappie, Small Talk, Snipe, Beesknees, Medway Gold Miti Moto, Jumblie, Little Beauty, Fresh Breeze, RW 3363, N. Minor Pumilis & Mary Poppins.

2 responses to “2020 Georgia Daffodil Society Show Winners”

  1. David Adams says:

    Thanks Tom. The champion bloom was certainly a cracker.

  2. Jackie Turbidy says:

    Thanks Tom for bringing home the lovely show I had to miss.
    I and everyone appreciate your yearly labor of love that you do so well!
    Here’s to next year!
    Jackie