Division 11
Split Corona Daffodils



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Continental Divide
Continental Divide
Continental Divide - 11aY-O
Seedling # V93-44-3 = (Loch Hope x Boslowick), S.J. Vinisky, USA, 2005, 2-3
An attractive, colorful split corona daffodil with exceptional show form. The medium yellow perianth segments are wide and smooth with a polished finish. The deep, glowing orange corona is evenly split and lies back against the perianth. Over half of the length of the perianth segments are visible behind the split corona segments. This is a trait that I’ve been breeding towards. The flower is fertile and has won its class both under number and since its naming. It has also been in close contention for the white and gold ribbons here in Oregon. I think that this flower will please exhibitors and gardeners with its form, color, and consistent quality.
$24.00 each
$ 24.00
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Hot Shot
Hot Shot
Hot Shot - 11aY-R
Seedling # V92-155-9 = (Boslowick x Loch Hope), S. J. Vinisky, USA, 2004, 2-3
My first Div. 11 Introduction. An early, colorful split corona that gives a decent percentage of show flowers. Earliness, strong color contrast, good substance and smooth texture as well as an ideal pose are the key points for this flower. Ron Scamp’s superb ‘Boslowick’ has given its nice form while John Lea’s ‘Loch Hope’ has imparted earliness, smoothness, as well color intensity. Many of my Div. 11 crosses have been made with the intent of smaller corona segments which allows more of the perianth to be seen. Highly fertile and a potent pollen parent. Will be useful for breeding early, show quality split cups. Has given us many beautiful matched Vases of Three. Has been up at the head table for Best in Show which is noteworthy for a split cup. Nice show form for a Div. 11. Recommended.
$20.00 each
$ 20.00
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Oceans Eleven
Oceans Eleven
Oceans Eleven - 11aW-P
Seedling # V93-41-5 = (Pink Holly x N. jonquilla re-selected), S.J. Vinisky, USA, 2008, 3-4
This split corona x jonquilla is a fun flower for both show and garden. Not as consistent as I would like but when it is good, it is really good. Mostly a single bloom to a stem but has had up to three. Perianth is reasonably wide and often regular. Sometimes the “split” continues back to the ovary. Coronal segments lay flat back against the perianth and open pastel pink fading to a soft yellowish salmon. The fragrance is really special and notable.
$24.00 each
$ 24.00
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Splatter
Splatter
Splatter - 11aW-Y
Seedling #175/91 = Split x N. jonquilla, Glenbrook Bulb Farms, Rod Barwick, Tasmania, 1999, 3-4
Two or three flowers average per stem. Lovely and unique multi-headed split corona with a light jonquilla scent. Often comes precise enough for show. A knockout in the garden as well. Light yellow perianth segments pass to white and the split corona opens greenish yellow and quickly passes to a clean, clear yellow. Nicely fragrant. Stock is turned around, healthy, and a fine increaser.
$16.00 each
$ 16.00
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