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Seen in my daffodil garden

September 18, 2013
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  Red Tailed Hawk taking his bath in my overgrown daffodil garden. He posed for over 20 minutes, then heard his dinner moving. Never seen a hawk that big in…

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Niswonger seedlings

While I’m at it, here are two seedlings from O. D. (Dave) Niswonger from Cape Girardeau, MO.  The shark’s teeth on the pink would put a daylily to shame. The…

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More from Chicago show

The season is so coming to an end. Biflorus is out, and a few poets that held back are now out along with the last few ‘Fertile Crescent’s and a…

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More from Reed Collection

April 28, 2013
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I knew it wouldn’t attach all four. Hopefully here are the rest!  

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John Reed’s Collection of 5 won 4 National Ribbons

April 28, 2013
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At the recent Midwest Daffodil Show held at the Chicago Botanic garden, John Reed had one of his collections of 5 win the Red-White-and Blue, the Purple, the Rose Ribbon…

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Brian’s naming of Azocor

January 10, 2008
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Neil Watson related the story of the naming of Azocor after I won a blue ribbon at the national with a bloom of it. Seems Brian ran around in the…

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