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Thursday, April 16, 2009

Daffodils...

.....just can't get enough....

Campion...


Dreamlight...


Lemon Drops...


Zapallo...(perhaps not registered)...two views...



Quail...


Sidley...


Hot Gossip...


Edna Earl...


Achnasheen...


Stint...


NOT Sugarbush...


Bath's Flame...


Sorbet...two views...



Ice Wings...


Pipit...


Cheerfulness...


Texas...three views...




Aspasia...


Mondragon...


Pretty, but most likely NOT Ring of Fire...


Some unknowns....still nice to look at...


I keep meaning to move these (above) as they are growing behind some chives...at one time, this was the edge of the bed...(this happens a lot around here)...now, these tiny daffodils would be better placed elsewhere...




Okay....there's still more...plus some lates which haven't begun to bloom yet...such a great time...Daffodil Season...

9 comments:

Tessa at Blunders with shoots, blossoms 'n roots said...

Gorgeous! I wish I had that many varieties in my yard. Happy Gardening to you.

Shady Gardener said...

How fun! I used to have one I really liked called "Pheasant Eye." I've not seen it available for a long time, but it resembled the one in your first photo.

Thank you for a lovely show!! :-)

Mildred said...

Beautiful. I had know Idea there where so many different daffodils :-)
I have been looking for a while trying to decide which are my favorites - but it seems impossible to chose.

Chandramouli S said...

I can understand your craziness about the Daffs. I can stare at them for hours! I'd love to sit among them and read a great novel! That'd be soooo perfect a day!

lynn'sgarden said...

I love the Sorbet and Cheerfulness..I learned (from a Garden Diary show) that you don't cut daffs but pinch them down deep in the stem where it's still solid (not hollow) and they'll last longer in a vase...who knew?? I'm amazed that you have such record keeping on the cultivars! I buy bushels of 300 "mixed" and don't have a clue!

NellJean said...

Daffodils are all gone here, even 'Baby Moon' last to bloom.

Ice Wings is one of my favs. I plant them with Sailboat. In my climate, triandrus do very well.

Thank you for sharing such a nice array.

Sue said...

I am getting ready to post my daff pics, but you have more than I do, and I'm impressed you know their names!

Jake said...

Wow, you have quite a collection of Daffodils. They look great and thanks for your help on Gardenweb.

Jake

Layanee said...

Mine are finally in bloom also. Love all your different varieties. I think you have inspired me to try some different ones for next year! Thanks.

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