Fwd: Are they the same: New Charm and WB 866-10

January 2, 2008
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Thanks, Jon, for your observations on New Charm.  It’s possible my overly-long foliage may be because of lack of light, though the pot was in the coldframe until I noticed…

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Daffodil Journals

Would anybody be interested in what I think is the complete set of Daffodil Journals dating back to 1986 for the price of postage???? Liz Ellwood See AOL’s top rated…

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Other Autumn Colors

January 2, 2008
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Howdy –   More daffs in north Florida at xmas time~ Again, Bulb Baron seedlings….     -Sara  

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X-mas daffs in Florida

January 2, 2008
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Howdy,   Taken in Tallahassee between the raging head cold and the rain (just lovely) Have a few more to send… These are the Bulb Baron’s Autumn Colors seedlings The…

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Are they the same: New Charm and WB 866-10

January 2, 2008
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Hi I received a bulb from Nancy Wilson in 2006.  It has multiplied well.  From the single bulb, it has increased to 6 bulbs but only one of the bulbs…

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blooming in TN

January 2, 2008
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Happy New Year!  Unlike Becky, we do have a white new year in Cincinnati.  We got about 3 inches of snow, and the temperature when I checked this morning was…

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Daffodil blooms in TN.

Happy New Year! The flower on the right is from the Nylon group. The one on the left I’m not sure about; I’ve been unable to find it on my…

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Parrott flower

January 1, 2008
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  Is there anyone who can give me more information on this flower, someone sent me these pictures, and I think I need one in my garden A FLOWER FROM THAILAND…

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Are they the same?

All, I’ve noticed that several people grow N.’New Charm’ 10W-GWW. I wonder if it is the same as seedling clone WB866-10. Perhaps this number also appeared with supplied bulbs of…

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Old daff terminology question

January 1, 2008
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Howdy – Been reading some old 1800s daff catalog listings, and have come across one that I”ve no inkling what the modern descriptor is: The double “Tratus Cantus, or hundred…

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Happy New Year from N. Ireland

Hi All,       Wishing you all avery happy and healthy 2008.     Attached a photo I meant to send long ago.  The speaker at our November meeting…

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Double Campernelle

January 1, 2008
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Double Campernelle is a LOT smaller bloom size and you won’t find them at any old home sites. Keith Kridler

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Twink

January 1, 2008
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Twink is from the 1940’s and is a LOT darker than what I call Butter and Eggs and their variations. It multiplies like rabbits. Keith Kridler

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