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Two different clones of N. tazetta

February 19, 2013
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Here are two tazetta clones from Mallorca. The pollen volume of the second one is about twice the volume of the first one. The stomata of the second one are…

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World Daffodil Convention in New Zealand

February 8, 2013
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Bob, Thank you for the compliments. Here are  two photos of you in New Zealand  and two pictures of Hart’s Black Horse Brewery in Lawrence. It is to be seen what different…

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Postrate or vertical foliage

January 29, 2013
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Steve, If a daffodil can have postrate foliage is obviously influenced by the genes. But I think there are some exturnal factors too which have consequences. Exposed sites with much sun, wind and no other…

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N. assoanus with many unreduced pollen grains

January 27, 2013
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Larry and all, My best seedlings exist in my imagination only , whereas Brian’s are reality. The two N. assoanus from Villarluengo in the pictures are flowering in my greenhouse.…

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N. eugeniae

January 26, 2013
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Brian, Yes, we met there in 2011 and then went to Villarluengo and found nearby a very interesting type of N. assoanus. Here are some close-up pics of N. eugeniae. As…

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N. eugeniae

January 25, 2013
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In 2012 on March 25 I saw N. eugeniae at Valdelinares/Spain. One year before on March 21 there was no daffodil to be seen. Perhaps the first picture is suitable…

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