Category Archives: Wild Daffodils

More from Galicia

Reg Nicholl, Gwynne Davies and Jackie Petherbridge joined Jan and Lynne Dalton in Galicia and revisited many of the sites that Jan had reported on in his earlier posts. N. cyclamineus were still plentiful around Ferreria and Corredoires and there … Continue reading

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Pictures from Galicia

Here are a few pictures from Jan and Lynne Dalton on their expedition in Spain

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More news from Galicia

Narcissus triandrus is out in profusion at the bottom of our campsite and we found our first hybrid between it and N.bulbocodium a few days ago (now recognized as N.x fosteri). In botanical nomenclature, only the species names count as … Continue reading

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Daffodil Triangle Tea Weekends 2013

The area around Dymock in Gloucestershire, including Newent and Kempley is known as the Daffodil Triangle or the Golden Triangle and used to be part of the wholesale daffodil trade. There are still many areas of wild daffodils, especially in Dymock Woods. Maps … Continue reading

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Notes From Spain – Part Two

Since our first report forwarded on 28th January both the weather and the daffodil sightings have picked up considerably. Our trip to Lires and Cape Finisterre (Cabo Fisterra) took us along the coastal road from our campsite near Ribeira, throgh … Continue reading

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Notes From Spain

About 10 or 11 years ago, Lynne and I revisited Galicia to try and find N.cyclamineus and hopefully, N.lagoi. This latter plant being the one as described in John Blanchard’s book on Narcissus species in the wild and attributed to … Continue reading

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