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Cut Bulbs

July 15, 2020
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Its digging time and I do 80% of my bulb extraction using my hands.  Start with a shovel then use hands.  (My finger nails are really dirty) I really hate…

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Hybridization – starting seedlings

March 7, 2020
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I’ve been starting daffodil seedlings for 10 years now.  Some years better than others.  I have started daffodil seeds in my greenhouse and then setting the pots outside to get…

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Carters Daffodils 2019 list is now available

October 15, 2019
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Welcome to Carter’s Daffodils – 2019 My growing philosophy is to create healthy new varieties for show and garden. A bit of history 2008-2009 – Made seeds by hybridizing but…

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A Nial Watson Seedling W-240 2O-O grown in the PNW

April 16, 2019
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Don Kimlin sent me the bulb to see if the color is better when grown in the PNW.  Is it?  Its got a great deep orange color in the perianth…

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Future Daffodil Nut

April 7, 2019
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You’ve got to start them early.  My granddaughter is picking her first Tuggle.  Came up a bit short due to she can only stuff a dozen under her arm.  She…

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Carters Daffodils 2018 listing

September 15, 2018
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As a daffodil enthusiast I hope you take a look at my list of daffodils being offered in 2018. It is my 2nd year of hopefully many years to come…

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