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Long season

October 20, 2008
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Hello everyone, x medioluteus has just opened and signals the end of our season. Its been a long time since the first tazetta flowered in April. Still a lot of…

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Quadruples

October 9, 2008
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Peter, I’ve checked the petals and there are only six at the back, and no green. The rows of ten and twelve petals are in the middle of the flowers.…

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Seedling

October 8, 2008
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A late flowering seedling from a 2W-YRR crossed with Gay Kybo. Division 4B – Quadruple The neck and stem are like those of a front row prop. It won’t fall…

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New Brighton Show Results

October 8, 2008
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Hi Everyone, A few show results. New Brighton. This is an evening show which only lasts for about an hour. If we had not thrown a few blooms in there…

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Green

October 8, 2008
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Lawrence, I’m interested on your perspective on green daffodils regarding the green being an indication of undeveloped flower parts. I guess the two current leading exponents in the development of…

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Interesting info

October 2, 2008
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Hi Folks, I have been told two interesting things in the last couple of days. Both could be significant to daffodil growers. 1) We have a problem just arrived in…

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