Division 3
Small Cup Daffodils - One flower to a stem, corona (cup) not more than one third the height of the perianth segments (petals).



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By Moonlight
By Moonlight
By Moonlight - 3W-Y
Seedling # V95-75-1 = Evesham x Princeton, S. J. Vinisky, USA, 2011, Season 4
A large Div. 3 (110mm diameter) from a dream cross that exhibits many of the fine attributes of both outstanding parents. Wide ultra smooth segments display a satiny texture with wonderful substance. The small, saucer shaped corona is a deep golden yellow that may be a touch darker at the rim in some seasons. I have found this an almost ideal collection flower that has the quality and charisma to compete at the highest level. A strong grower with great stems, neck, and foliage. A flower that I believe will become a most dependable exhibition flower.
$38.00 each
$ 38.00
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Chehalem
Chehalem
Chehalem - 3W-YOO
Seedling # V92-151-16 = Random Event x Kazuko, S. J. Vinisky, USA, 4
Has been called an "improved" 'Random Event'. Certainly superb substance, texture, and deeper color when compared with its illustrious parents. Highly consistent producer of refined show caliber blooms. The rounded, glistening white perianth backs a small, saucer shaped corona that is a deep, dark, tangerine orange. May open in cooler seasons with a yellow rim which deepens to orange. Good grower and increaser. Heavy seed producer and proving to be an outstanding parent. Much liked and commented on.
$37.00 each
$ 37.00
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Coral Ringlet
Coral Ringlet
Coral Ringlet - 3W-GWP
Seedling # V92-181-9 = Cantabile x Verdant Meadow; S. J. Vinisky, USA, Season 4
Excellent, precise Division 9 from "pure" Div. 9 (Poet) breeding. Wide, satin smooth, pristine white, ace of spades shaped perianth segments form a rounded flower with prominent mucro tips. The small, typical poet type corona is flat and disc shaped. The corona opens with a yellowish zone but quickly passes to white with a bright coral pink rim. Great health and vigor. Superb show flower combining multiple positive attributes from both parents. Very precise and consistent.
$46.00 each
$ 46.00
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Druid Spring
Druid Spring
Druid Spring - 3W-O
V92-151-16 = (Random Event x Kazuko), S.J. Vinisky, USA, 2006, 3-4
Luscious depth of color combined here with fine show form. This is the darkest selection from this cross. The perianth is a pure, glistening white. The segments are wide, smooth, quite rounded with a sublime substance and glistening sheen. The perianth segments display prominent mucro tips. The shallow bowl shaped corona is a dark, rich orange red. As with most Div. 3’s, protection from the sun and/or early cutting will reward the careful exhibitor. A striking, intensely colored show flower. I’ve used it in may winning collections while under number. Very dependable producer of refined show flowers. Much commented on here and in our exhibits.
$29.00 each
$ 29.00
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Edna Earl
Edna Earl
Edna Earl - 3W-OOR
Cross unknown or not reported, G. A. Uit den Boogaard, Netherlands, Pre-1950, Season 3-4
This is a much under rated and unrecognized Div. 3 show flower. Excellent stem, pose, and neck. Flowers held above the foliage. Intense color and a refined, smooth form that is suitable for both garden and exhibition. Originally an import but grown for many years here in Oregon. A much recommended unknown show flower.
$7.00 each or 3 for $15.00
Units
$ 0.00
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Lynx
Lynx
Lynx - 3W-YYR
(cross unknown), Phil Phillips, NZ, 1964, 3-4
Highly recommended to me by Graham Phillips as a show flower and wow, was he right. A large Div. 3 show flower with both character and quality. Can compete and win at the highest levels of competition. Very broad, well overlapped, pristine white segments form a large, rounded flower. It has substance and texture to spare. The expanded, bowl shaped corona is dark yellow with a band of rich red at the mouth.
$8.00 each
$ 8.00
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New Penny
New Penny
New Penny - 3Y-Y
(Lemonade x Lemnos), William G. Pannill, USA, 1972, 3
Now considered to be a classic exhibition flower which should be in everyone’s garden. A top notch grower which can give amazingly refined blooms. I can’t heap too much praise on this highly acclaimed and awarded show flower. Truly a stellar example of Bill Pannill's creative breeding in a most difficult color code. This flower is unusually consistent. Always in contention on the show bench. The perianth is medium sized, rounded and overlapped. It is a clear, medium yellow. The shallow, bowl shaped corona is a few shades darker yellow. Essentially a nick free flower. Much liked and highly recommended.
$7.00 each
$ 7.00
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Ramar
Ramar
Ramar - 3Y-R
Parentage Unknown, Graham J. Phillips, New Zealand, 1996, 3-4
A much under rated show flower from our friend, Graham Phillips. Now well down in price from its first availability. It can be a large flower that almost reaches 110mm in diameter here. I consider it to be an ideal flower for collections that can also win its class. Superior health and vigor. Fine, dependable show flower.
$8.00 each or 3 for $20.00
Units
$ 0.00
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Ring of Fire
Ring of Fire
Ring of Fire - 3Y-YYR
Seedling #V95-118-4 = Triple Crown x Badbury Rings; S. J. Vinisky, USA, 2010, Season 4
It seemed logical to cross these highly rated show flowers. This selection has been a very dependable show flower for us. Featured in many Oregon Challenge classes and has been much admired. Flower is smooth, wide, overlapped in the perianth and deeply colored. The corona size is exactly midway between its illustrious parents. Good increaser.
$36.00 each
$ 36.00
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Salishan
Salishan
Salishan - 3W-OOY
Sdlg. # V91-121-1= ( ‘Random Event’ x ‘Torcross’ ), S. J. Vinisky, USA, 2003, 3-4
Sibling to ‘Tangelo’ but of quite different character. Not as large as its sibling but whiter and more rounded. The corona is a shallow bowl filled with mid orange and banded by striking yellow at the mouth. Much liked by those that have it for evaluation. Used here in winning Quinn Collections. Held for three years longer than ‘Tangelo’, so I have a good stock. Superb color and substance. Tall strong stems and great pose. Fine show flower.
$14.00 each
$ 14.00
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