pbs Digest, Vol 27, Issue 3

lwallpe@juno.com lwallpe@juno.com
Sun, 03 Apr 2005 20:08:51 PDT
Conroe Joe -

Most, if not all, of the cultivars mentioned can be purchased at:

Brent & Becky's Bulbs     http://www.brentandbeckysbulbs.com/
Mitsch Daffodils          http://www.web-ster.com/havens/mitsch/
Cherry Creek Daffodils    21700 S.W. Chapman Rd.  Sherwood,OR 97140

Their catalogues should give indications of bloom time.

There is a daffodil society in Texas.  I'll bet they have a list of cultivars that do well in your climate. 

Linda Wallpe

pbs-DaveKarn@aol.com writes:

'Hoopoe' (best grower), 'Radiant Gem' (deepest color), 'Mot Mot,' 
> and 'Sparkling Tarts.' (good color).  'Bright Spangles' and 'Bright Spot' (a  bit > larger than the others), 'Castanets' (a x w/'Grand Soleil d'Or' that does better in milder climates), 'Explosion,' 'Martinette,' and 'Matador'(itself, the seed parent of these).

Hi Gang,

perhaps there will be more information in specialized publications.  

Conroe Joe

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