more seedlings -10

February 11, 2008
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Netters, Not in good focus, but it does show a maiden intermediate bloom of Rufus x (Actaea x viridflorus). Pleasing slight reflex from seed parent. Several siblings are to come…

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Narcissus Sidora

February 11, 2008
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Here’s a little beauty growing in one of my troughs – N. ‘Sidora’ Mark N Ireland

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Narcissus Bowles Early Sulphur

February 11, 2008
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I wish I had this many of ‘Bowles Early Sulphur’ Mark N Ireland

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Sunny, no wind, one beautyful flower

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tete a tete pix

February 10, 2008
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starting to have blooms past the almost gone Paperwhites! THis is so short! It wanted to bloom while still peaking out of the earth! Deborah

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Viridiflorus crosses

February 10, 2008
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Ballygowan x N. viridiflorus from a cross made in 2003. I know it is far from being perfect, but it is my first flower from some crosses with N. viridiflorus.…

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size of my seedlings

February 9, 2008
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Netters, The seedlings shown are all of intermediate size. The three-floreted jonquil-type seedling is short in stature but the cluster is fully standard size. Bob

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more seedlings – 9

February 9, 2008
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Netters, This seedling opened its maiden bloom yesterday. The tag says: Southern Hospitality 4Y-R x mini 7Y-Y seedling. And so offers an explanation to my quandary about where the doubled…

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more seedlings – 8

February 9, 2008
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Netters, This seedling is a sibling of the double I posted previously! Three florets of intermediate size. Bob

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Viridiflorus seedlings – 7

February 9, 2008
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Netters, Here’s another of Manuel Lima’s Actaea x viridiflorus. Starry, with petals white flushed green and a tiny orange cup with a green eye. Very small plant, but it does…

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Blooming in Livermore today

February 9, 2008
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Here in Livermore east of the SF Bay Area, the days are in the mid 60s and nighttime temps just above 40.  The season is gearing up and every day…

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Another N. bulbocodium

An  N. bulbocodium seedling selected for further trial because of its very smooth texture – (some are very rough and rippled) and the attractive hint of flare at the rim…

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blooming in Ohio

February 9, 2008
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  Friends, Attached is a photo of the seedling I sent several days ago as it was just opening.  It has “grown up” some to show the scalloping along the…

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