flowering now 4

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I will send some photos of bulbocodiums flowering now.

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WDT

Friends. For all, who come over for the World Daffodil Tour in Holland.  This is Keukenhof in the Winter www.keukenhof.nl  In the Spring you will see an explosion of colors,you…

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Daffodil Convention in Richmond

January 24, 2008
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In a message dated 1/24/2008 9:05:02 PM Eastern Standard Time,

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New Daffnet Member

January 24, 2008
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Friends, Please welcome new member Dan Weaver from North Carolina. Dan worked in Asia for 25 years and has traveled around the world and had the pleasure of visiting many…

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FW: looking for bulbs

January 24, 2008
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Friends, I received the inquiry below, and am posting it to DaffNet, for your responses direct to Linda. Perhaps someone can help her, please Jaydee Atkins Ager Executive Director American…

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FW: Colchicum kessellringii in Uzbekistan

  a picture of C kessellringii in april in Uzbekistan

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snowdrop bulbs 003

Dear Nancy and All,   I’ve observed exactly the same thing on my Snowdrop bulbs.  Yes, if they want to be closer to the surface, they have a way to…

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Observed

January 23, 2008
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Linda The facility to adjust the depth to an optimum one exists in most bulbs, including daffodils. If you think about it, it is absolutely essential because the seeds fall…

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Emailing: snowdrop bulbs 003

January 22, 2008
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This picture shows the Galanthus bulb that seems to move the bulb up closer to the surface after being too deep.  Would this the be opposite of the contractile roots?…

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Colchicum kessellringii

January 22, 2008
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hi all Here are a couple of shots of what must be one of the most beautiful winter flowering Colchicums – C. kessellringii. The flower is less than 1.5 inch tall Mark…

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