Ben Blake and Anne Kadarach photographing winners before show opens to public!
41st Annual Fortuna Garden Club Daffodil Show
“Promise of Spring”
Show results information are presented in the following format: the identification of the award; the name of the cultivar(s) and possibly the division (a number from 1 thru 13) followed by the color of the petals, a dash, and the color of the cup;and the name of the exhibitor.
Some of the daffodils have multiple colored petals and cups, so you will see more than one color identified between the dashes. For more information about the classification of daffodils see Classification Definitions.
Sponsor: Fortuna Garden Club
Host: Fortuna Garden Club
Show Chairman: Janean Guest
Veronica Pauline 4 W-Y
Fortuna GOLD RIBBON – ”Fortuna GOLD RIBBON – ‘Veronica Pauline’ 4 W-Y
exhibited by Kirby Fong
Click here for all Photos of the Fortuna Daffodil Show Awards
Official Show Report for the 2016 Fortuna (PDF)
Photos by Kirby Fong
21st Annual Mother Lode Show at Ironstone Vineyard, Murphys
21st Annual Mother Daffodil Show Lode Results
March 19-20, 2016
Pictorial show reports are available on Daffnet.org, a daffodil discussion forum.
Sponsors: Northern California Daffodil Society and the Calaveras County Garden Club
Host: Ironstone Vineyards, Murphys, Calif
Show Chairmen: Bob Spotts, Nancy Tackett, and Jan Moyers
GOLD RIBBON – Best Standard Bloom in Show
Crackington, 4 Y-Y, exhibited by Kirby Fong
Photos of the single Stems and vases of 3’s Awards, photographed by Kirby Fong
Photos of the Standard Size Multiple-Cultivar Collection Awards, photographed by Kirby Fong
Photos of the Miniature Daffodil Collection Awards, photographed by Kirby Fong
Official Show Report for the 2016 Murphys_Show (PDF)
We just returned from the Julian, California show. It is not an accredited show and very few flowers are named. Nevertheless it is a FUN show. Somewhat fewer flowers than last year but still quite a number.
Here is a view of the show as one walks in…
The best collection of five different daffodils.
Does anyone have a name for this old white double. I was quite taken with it, but we are too warm to flower anything like this.