Fertility

The fertility of species and named daffodils.

Split Corona Seedling Selection

March 17, 2014
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This is quite suitable for exhibition. Very precise and regular. Will be named this season.

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Standard Size White/Orange Trumpet Seedling

March 15, 2014
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This has color and is a true trumpet. The perianth is very white which is a good thing. However, a few weak points: it really doesn’t have very wide petals…

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Standard Daffodil ‘Red Storm’ 2O-RRR

March 15, 2014
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Intense color is the hallmark of this flower. The perianth has a definite orange cast which sets off the dark red corona with an even darker red rim. The color…

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Standard Trumpet ‘Sherwood Gold’

March 15, 2014
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An unusually long trumpet that is 5mm longer than the perianth segments! A real “snouter” yet balanced, smooth and elegant with a narrow, refined trumpet. Winner of Best Seedling (while…

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Very Tiny Miniatures

March 14, 2014
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My talented plantsman friend, the late Dr. Frank Galyon sent me a bulb of a very, very tiny form of N. fernandesii. I used every scrap of pollen and set seed…

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Miniature 3Y-R

March 14, 2014
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I posted the -16 clone from this cross last year. This is the -4 clone from the V05-10 cross which is a true 3Y-R Miniature measuring 37mm (1.45″) in diameter.…

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