Fertility

The fertility of species and named daffodils.

Early July

We are heading into mid-winter here but nevertheless there are plenty of daffodils. Bulbocodiums of course: Some nice tazettas – just. A cyclataz from N. cyclamineus x Autumn Colors: Some…

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Some crosses with diploid tazettas and their fertility

June 18, 2016
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Crosses of different  diploid and tetraploid poeticus varieties with N. tazetta were made before 1906 and 1930 especially in the Netherlands from J.B. van der Schoot. To the first group…

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Hillstar x N. cyclamineus

June 5, 2016
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This is a better picture of Figure 3 (Hillstar x N. cyclamineus) of my article “Narcissus cyclamineus crosses and their fertility”. It is made in this spring at the field…

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Narcissus cyclamineus crosses and their fertility

February 3, 2016
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  The plants in the pictures are composed of one-third standard daffodil, one-third N. cyclamineus, and one-third N. jonquilla in the first and N. viridiflorus in the second case. They…

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Crosses of jonquilla hybrids with viridiflorus hybrids

January 18, 2016
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Three weeks ago I saw that some new seedlings of jonquilla hybrids x viridiflorus hybrids growing outdoors had flower buds. Up to this time we had no frost, but soon…

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No Winter yet in NE NC

December 19, 2015
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It’s been very quiet lately on Daffnet.  Thought I’d post another one that isn’t read. It doesn’t look like we are going to have winter this year here in Northeast…

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