Seedlings from N. viridiflorus -1

February 3, 2008
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Daffodil Friends, Manuel Lima’s viridiflorus seedlings bloom here in Oakley CA between early November and the middle of February – Winter bloomers! This one is marked “Jetfire x viridiflorus.” There…

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Scott Kunst

February 3, 2008
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20 th Annual Midwestern Herb and Garden Show   February 8, 9, 10 2008, Friday, Saturday, Sunday   Times Square Mall, Mt Vernon, Illinois, Broadway & 42nd Street Hours Friday…

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my friendly Blackbird

Hi,     Attached a photo of our resident blackbird.  He is quite friendly especially when I am digging or weeding my daffodils.We had an inch of snow this morning in…

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Alec Grey catalog information

February 2, 2008
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Dear all, This is what I have collected from Catalogues Alec Greys , All available books on the subject certainly not my observations but with proof that what i have…

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My first flowers of 2008

Hi All,       Despite the recent cold weather this pot of n cyclamineus sunk in the ground outdoors has decided to flower.  Two ajacent pots with the same…

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crocus vitellinus

February 2, 2008
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  Crocus vitellinus. That’s it for now. Mark N Ireland

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crocus sieberi Ronald Ginns

February 2, 2008
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  Crocus sieberi Ronald Ginns

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crocus sieberi Hubert Edelsten

February 2, 2008
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  Crocus sieberi Hubert Edelsten  

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Crocus corsicus

February 2, 2008
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  Crocus corsicus  

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Temperature now?

February 2, 2008
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Wow! What’s the temperature range in N. Ireland now? I just came back from a week in Orlando to frozen stuff again in MN. I need to get some bulbs…

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bereavement notification

February 2, 2008
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Friends, sadly we have learned of the death of the husband of ADS member, Betty Kealiher, on FRI evening, FEB 1.  We extend our sympathies to Betty, and trust she…

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Alsoflowering

1) N. asturiensis 2) & 3) N.calcicola These are not creating any great splash of colour but they are cute and provide interest and some pollen for future use.  Brian…

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Spring can’t be far away.

Another clump of ‘Compton Court’ a very vigorous and free flowering snowdrop that increases rapidly. Photo taken just before dusk.

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