Northern California Daffodil Society

Alden Lane Nursery

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.

Pacific Regional Show Results
March 12-13, 2011

Show Statistics:

Horticulture: Number of Exhibits: 286
Number of Exhibitors: 23
Number of Blooms: 721

Photography:  Number of Exhibits: ?
Number of Exhibitors: 4?
Best in Show Exhibitor:  Dorothy Darling
Title:  Integer Dreams

At the bottom of this report are comments from Show Chairman Kirby Fong


GOLD RIBBON -Loch Lundie, 2 Y-O exhibited by Katy Strand
Katy Strand got a bulb of 'Loch Lundie' at the Northern California Daffodil Society Fall Bulb
event last fall.  It won her the Small Grower Award and the Gold Ribbon!

 

WHITE RIBBON - Lemon Silk, 6YYW-W, exhibited by Kirby Fong

 

MINI GOLD RIBBON- #02-129-4, 8W-W
(same daffodil won Mini-Rose)
Marilynn Howe and Harold Koopowitz

 

MINI WHITE RIBBON - Keira seedling KB-M-24-02, 6Y-Y
 
exhibited Marilynn Howe & Harold Koopowitz

 

ROSE RIBBON: Seedling # 11-1-487,  1 Y-O,
Bob Spotts


ADS MINI ROSE RIBBON:   #02-129-4, 8W-W
(same daffodil won Mini-Gold)
Marilynn Howe and Harold Koopowitz

 

Best Intermediate Daffodil

Best Intermediate: Seedling # 11-1-487,  1 Y-O,
was also Mini-Rose Winner

Bob Spotts


Historic Daffodil Award - Saint Keverne 2Y-Y 1934, Kirby Fong

 

Historic Vase of 3 - Saint Keverne 2Y-Y 1934, Kirby Fong 

 


Youth Best Bloom - Corbiere, 1Y-O, Nicholas Swanson

 

Youth Best Vase of 3 - Erlicheer 4W-Y, Amanda Stear

 

SMALL GROWER AWARD -Loch Lundie, 2 Y-O exhibited by Katy Strand
Katy Strand got a bulb of 'Loch Lundie' at the Northern California Daffodil Society Fall Bulb
event last fall.  It won her the Small Grower Award and the Gold Ribbon!

 

Robert Jerrell Memorial NCDS Award - Best Pink
exhibited by Rosemary Scholz

 

Standard Container Grown Award - Velocity 6Y-R, Ben Blake and Nancy Tackett

 

Miniature Container Grown Award M10-1-30, 7Y-Y, Bob Spotts


Best Photograph in Show - "Integer Dreams" Dorothy Darling

SILVER RIBBON (for most blue ribbons) - Kirby Fong with 28 blue ribbons

 


Collections

ADS 3 Miniatures by Hybridizer Award: Harold Koopowitz & Marilynn Howe

          • Puppy Love 2W-WWP
          • 03-036-9 8W-W (Pink China x N. dubius)
          • 04-135-1 2W-W (Rimski x Gipsy Queen)

PURPLE RIBBON - Best 5 stem Collection in Show, Bob Spotts, Yellow Collection

          • 11-1-60 1Y-Y
          • 11-1-4 1Y-Y
          • 11-1-71 2Y-Y
          • El Sid 1Y-Y
          • 11-1-100 2Y-Y

LAVENDER RIBBON - Best 5 stem Miniature Collection
exhibited by Jon Kawaguchi

          • Keira Clone #1 1-Y-Y
          • Duncan 01/16 1Y-Y (N. asturiensis x N. watieri)
          • Medway Gold 7Y-Y
          • Jim Ladd 2Y-Y
          • Coo 12Y-Y

RED-WHITE-BLUE Ribbon - Best 5 stem American Bred Collection
- Bob Spotts

          • 11-1-34 1Y-Y
          • 11-1-4 1Y-Y
          • Z-1 2W-P
          • Spider Woman 3Y-O Spotts
          • Mesquite 2Y-Y Spotts

MINI RED-WHITE-BLUE Ribbon, Best 5 stem Miniature American Bred
exhibited by Bob Spotts

          • M-11-1-7 7Y-Y
          • M-11-1-8 7Y-Y
          • M-11-1-9 7Y-Y
          • M-11-1-10 7Y-Y
          • M-11-1-11 7Y-Y

       

Historic Daffodil Collection of five - Kirby Fong

          • Grand Primo Citroniere 8W-Y 1780
          • Beersheba 1W-W 1923
          • Grand Monarque 8W-Y 1759
          • Content 1W-WWY 1927
          • Empress 1W-Y 1869

       



    BOZIEVICH - (Collection of 12 Standards and/or Species from at least four divisions)
    Melissa Reading
  • Impeccable 2Y-Y
  • Entente 2Y-O
  • Bryanston 2Y-Y
  • Creag Dubh 2O-R
  • Hot Gossip 2Y-O
  • Heamoor 4Y-Y
  • Canoodle 2Y-O
  • Trevithian 7Y-Y
  • Pops Legacy 1W-Y
  • Lemon Snow 2YYW-WWY
  • Pink Silk 1W-P
  • Bravoure 1W-Y

 

 


AQUA RIBBON  Collection of 9 Miniature Daffodils from 3 or more Divisions
exhibited by Jon Kawaguchi (repeat)

  • Snipe 6W-W
  • Sir Echo 1Y-W
  • Baby Boomer 7Y-Y
  • N. tazetta ssp. tazetta 13W-Y
  • Fenben 7Y-Y
  • N. bulbocodium Long Corona 10Y-Y
  • Ben'Bler 10Y-Y
  • KB-BH-5-07 10W-Y
  • N. obesus 13Y-Y

 


ROBERTA C. WATROUS AWARD WINNER (Collection of 12 Miniatures from at least three divisions)
 
exhibited by Jon Kawaguchi (repeat)

  • Fenben 7Y-Y
  • Cyclataz 12Y-O
  • Jumblie 12Y-O
  • Snipe 6W-W
  • Tiny Bubbles 12Y-Y
  • Orclus 10W-W
  • Romantique 5Y-Y
  • Kojak 10Y-Y
  • Tete-a-Tete 12Y-Y
  • Sidora 1Y-Y
  • Prolific 10Y-Y
  • Duncan #02/143 10Y-Y

 

ADS 12 Miniatures by Hybridizer Award: Harold Koopowitz & Marilynn Howe

  • 03-018-1 8W-Y (Biometrics x N. dubius)
  • 02-016-1 11aY-Y (Apricot Blush x Oakwood Tyke)
  • 02-009-3 8W-P (Supreme Empire x N. dubius)
  • 06-036-4 5Y-Y (Regeneration x N. triandrus)
  • 06-036-3 5Y-Y (Regeneration x N. triandrus)
  • 06-036-2 5W-W (Regeneration x N. triandrus)
  • Puppy Love 2W-WWP
  • 03-016-4 8W-Y (Biometrics x N. dubius)
  • 04-035-1 10Y-Y (Gadget x O.P.)
  • 03-036-4 8W-P (Pink China x N. dubius)
  • Itsy Bitsy Splitsy 11aY-O
  • 99-132-5 2Y-Y (Little Gem x N. jonquilla)



THROCKMORTON AWARD WINNER - Collection of 15 standard daffodils
and/or species from 15 different RHS classifications - Melissa Reading

  • Helford Dawn 2Y-W
  • Entente 2Y-O
  • Wheal Bush 4Y-Y
  • Maria Pia 11aY-R
  • Pink Silk 1W-P
  • Lightning Fire 2O-R
  • Oregon Lights 2W-O
  • Warm Day 2O-O
  • Trumpet Warrior 1YYW-WWY
  • Tamar Fire 4Y-R
  • Casterbridge 2YYW-O
  • Goff's Caye 2YYW-W
  • Gold Coin 2Y-Y
  • Covetous 1W-Y
  • Lemon Snow 2YYW-WWY

 

Premier Collection of 24 Miniature Blooms no fewer than 5 Divisions
exhibited by Marilynn Howe & Harold Koopowitz (repeat)

  • 03-006-4 8W-P (Little Ruby x N. dubius)
  • 06-036-3 5Y-Y (Regeneration x N. triandrus)
  • 06-036-2 5W-W (Regeneration x N. triandrus)
  • 01-036-1 5Y-Y (Acceleration x N. pallidulus)
  • 03-006-3 8W-P (Little Ruby x N. dubius)
  • 02-21-1 6Y-YYO (Apricot Blush x N. cyclamineus)
  • 06-027-2 5Y-Y (Acceleration x Angel's Whisper)
  • 03-016-1 8W-Y (Biometrics x N. dubius)
  • 04-035-2 10Y-Y (Gadget x Open Pollinated)
  • 03-036-8 8W-P (Pink China x N. dubius)
  • Itsy Bitsy Splitsy 11aY-O
  • 06-004-1 13W-W (N. triandrus x N. triandrus)
  • 03-036-5 8W-P (Pink China x N. dubius)
  • 03-016-9 2W-Y (Biometrics x N. dubius)
  • 03-016-6 2Y-Y (Biometrics x N. dubius)
  • 06-036-4 5Y-Y (Regeneration x N. triandrus)
  • 02-126-1 8W-Y (Magician x N. dubius)
  • Puppy Love 2W-WWP
  • 01-128-1 8W-W (Rimski x N. dubius)
  • 05-094-1 13Y-W (N. pallidulus x N. pallidulus)
  • 02-129-4 8W-W (Perpetuation x N. dubius)
  • 02-056-1 12W-Y (N. dubius x N. cyclamineus)
  • 99-132-5 2Y-Y (Little Gem x N. jonquilla)
  • 03-045-9 2W-P (Pink China x N. dubius)

 


Carey E. Quinn Award, Collection of 24 Standards and/or Species from at least five divisions
exhibited by Bob Spotts (repeat)

  • B11-1-95 1Y-Y (intermediate)
  • 11-1-93 1Y-O (intermediate)
  • 11-1-50 2W-O
  • 11-1-66 3YYG-YYO (intermediate)
  • 11-1-7 12YYG-GGO
  • 11-1-21 3Y-YYO (intermediate)
  • 11-1-47 1Y-O (intermediate)
  • 11-1-8 11aY-Y
  • 11-1-61 7Y-YOO
  • 11-1-87 1Y-Y (intermediate)
  • 11-1-20 3Y-GOO (intermediate)
  • 11-1-97 12YYG-O
  • 11-1-28 11YYG-GOO
  • 11-1-91 3Y-GYY (intermediate)
  • 11-1-111 1Y-O (intermediate)
  • 11-1-9 7Y-GYO
  • 11-1-74 12WWG-GWW
  • 11-1-29 7Y-Y
  • 11-1-99 12G-GGO
  • 11-1-110 3Y-GGO
  • 11-1-104 3W-GYO (intermediate)
  • 11-1-10 11aY-YOO
  • 11-1-84 7Y-Y
  • 11-1-27 12G-G

 

Mini Bronze - Best three stems each of five different cultivars or species of miniature daffodils
from at least three RHS divisions.  Only awarded at Regional and National Shows,
exhibited by Kirby Fong

        • Keira KB/M/5/98 6Y-Y
        • Keira KB-M-24-02 6Y-Y (Mini White winner)
        • Yellow Fever 7Y-Y
        • Little Becky 12Y-Y
        • Sweet Angel 10W-W

Notes from Show Chairman, Kirby Fong

     The Northern California Daffodil Society held the first of its two 2011 spring shows on the weekend of March 5th at Alden Lane Nursery in Livermore, California.  The show was early and the season late, but we nevertheless had a respectable turnout.  The following is copied from the show report; I have not checked the spelling or the color
codes and may have made some additional errors in retyping the report.

      We have a new award in memory of Robert Jerrell donated by Tom Stettner for the best standard pink daffodil.  Robert Jerrell was a member of the Northern California Daffodil Society long before I was.  He was also a hybridizer, and you can find a few of his cultivars by searching on his name in Daffseek.  He was interested in breeding pinks
(among other interests), so it is appropriate for an award in his honor to go to the best standard pink in the show.  So here it is.  It is Pink Silk 1W-P exhibited by Rosemary Scholz.  NCDS thanks Tom Stettner for this award.  The connection is that Tom is growing on and naming some of Robert Jerrell's seedlings.

     I will post pictures of the ADS award winners later.  If the winner is a single cultivar, I will give its name again.  If the winner is a collection, I will not list the cultivars again but will refer you to this show report.  In this report, the cultivars in a collection are always listed from left to right starting with the top or back row and working toward the bottom or front row.  You'll have to look carefully at some of the five-stem collections to decide whether they're two in back and three in front or three in back and two in front.  The following report is in the same order as the ADS regional show report form.

     The same flower won the Gold Ribbon and the Small Grower Award.  The same flower won the Mini Gold and the Mini Rose Ribbons.  The same flower won the Intermediate and Rose Ribbons.


Photos by Kirby Fong
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