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4 Different Yellow Daffodils or Not?

Posted by redthreaddiy 6 (My Page) on
Tue, Apr 26, 11 at 14:53

I know that daffodils have 13 different divisions.

I have daffodils that I got from trades all around the house, so each set of images is from a different trade. I am wondering if these daffodils are the exact same, so I can get them all together in a clump. I don't want to mix different types though, and it would be a headache later to figure out which ones don't belong. I will post an image of it front-on, and then from the side for each one.

Do you know what types they are? Thank you!

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RE: 4 Different Yellow Daffodils or Not?

They do all appear to be different types: one has a longer "nose", one has a green eye, and wider, ruffled "nose", #3's petals are thinner, etc. etc.
It would take a connoisseur indeed to be able to tell you the variety names. Did they all bloom at once? If they did not, I personally would plant them together (perhaps not in the same holes), so that I could keep the color show going for an extended period of time.


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