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Minnesota Show Wraps Up the Season

The Minnesota show this past weekend (May 16-17) wraps up the 2015 season.  We had 12 exhibitors (including 4 Youth!), 296 entries, and 624 stems.  Not a record by any…

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John Reed’s ‘Somethin’ Else’

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A warm weather mini trumpet?

In 2011 in very early spring I flowered an exceptionally nice form of N. asturiensis from Brian Duncan. Before it died out, forever, as that species is want to do…

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For Loyce – new, different seedlings in Division 7

March 11, 2015
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Some of my viridiflorus second-generation progeny might have future value as additions to Division 7 cultivars. Here’s a collection of five jonquil seedlings from the Livermore Show on March 7-8.…

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It is really blue.

Several years ago at the California, Murphy’s show Bob Spotts displayed a small flower which most of the judges overlooked and ignored. Graham Phillips and I, however, did a small…

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6 Miniature Daffodils

February 16, 2015
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6 Miniature Daffodil Hybrids Back center yellow trumpet is 38mm (1.49″) in diameter. That is on the small side for many registered and named Miniature Daffodils. The mini trumpets surrounding…

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