Hybridizer

Information from and about hybridizers around the world.

Question about Engleheart poets

I’m posting this for someone on the Historic Daffodils email list.  I’ll keep an eye out for replies here to send to her: Hello, I am a reader of this…

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David L . Sheppard , – Bradner , – Party Girl .

About  this  time  last  year ,  northern  spring  2019  ,  Graham  Phillips  ,  from  NZ  , was  enjoying  the  U S A  spring  shows  and   fine  hospitality  from  many  fellow  enthusiasts…

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The fertility of NNNX daffodil varieties

January 9, 2020
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The existing NNNX varieties you find in the table of the pdf file The fertility of nnnx daffodil varieties .More should be generated by hybridizers. Many of these plants are…

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Daffodils on Instagram

August 25, 2019
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Hello! For those of you on Instagram and for those of you who enjoy daffodil photos, please check out my PHS Daffodils account, www.instagram.com/phsdaffodils Photos are uploaded (almost) daily of…

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20 years wait

Thanks everyone for the photos and reports and congratulations to John Reed. Way back in 1999 some N. broussonetii seed generously sent to me by Harold Koopowitz was sown. Now,…

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A Nial Watson Seedling W-240 2O-O grown in the PNW

April 16, 2019
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Don Kimlin sent me the bulb to see if the color is better when grown in the PNW.  Is it?  Its got a great deep orange color in the perianth…

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