Category: Pots

About planting daffodils in pots.

How do they do that?

Several weeks ago, I bought a 4-inch pot of ‘Tete-a-Tete’ to use on a buffet table.  There were about a dozen stems open.  These faded, and the dead flowers–about a dozen–were snipped off.  But more stems continued to open.  Today I snipped…

Forcing daffodils for a July wedding

I am posting a request we received on the ADS Facebook page. I found some previous responses here on daffnet.org when I searched for “Timing pots of bulbs for bloom” (with the quotes), but with the increased use of forced…

Bulbocodium Hybrid Diversity, Color, Height, Size

The three photos illustrate the tremendous range of height, form, and color, encountered when crossing named and/or hybrid bulbocodium type cultivars. The first two photos show extreme size and height differences although the flowers look similar. The last shows the…

a happy tazetta

Friends, this is an image, taken from above, of a clump of a white tazetta that Mary Lou Griphsover collected in Portugal in 2005. It blooms for me sporadically throughout our mostly mild middle GA winters, but toward the end…

Small 10W-W

This is V07-82-2 a 10W-W from: N. b. tenuifolius x N. c. foliosus. First photo shows two early clones. The second shows the -2 clone which is the nicest overall early clone. The last photo (out of focus) shows the -2…

obesus x praecox

This is a seedling Selection of mine from a cross made by the late Ed Zinkowski. I carry it under Z96-4-15 which is: N. obesus x N. b.ssp. praecox. This Selection has the prostrate, sinuous foliage, of N. obsesus as…