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Test of daffodils at different localities

April 9, 2012
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  The first picture shows Symptom at January 13. We had very high temperatures in winter during December and January in Essen (Germany). The leafs of many daffodils were already…

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Question about a name

April 7, 2012
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Carlos,   it may be a clone of N. hispanicus subsp. bujei, one ancestor of the yellow trumpet daffodils, which I saw in March in the Sierra de las Nieves.   Theo

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N. x cazorlanus

March 9, 2012
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  Steve, Two days ago I saw some N.x cazorla in the Sierra Calatrava. The plants don’t show much vitality and no bulb division. Hybrid vigor is not to be…

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Pollen Volume and Chromosome Content of Daffodils; Possibilities for hybridizing

February 13, 2012
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Pollen Volume and Chromosome Content of Daffodils; Possibilities for hybridizing.pdf The text enclosed is no real detective story about daffodils and in any case a little more complicated. It is…

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N. triandrus pallidulus x Emerals Sea

January 29, 2012
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This is the first seedling from the cross mentioned above which flowered. The swept back perianth of triandrus shows first on the second day of flowering. Next year the plant…

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El Camino x N. viridiflorus

January 3, 2012
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My El Camino x N. viridiflorus which I got from Larry Force flowered for the first time already at November 6, 2011 in the greenhouse. About 10 % of the…

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