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daffodil hybrid daffodil...narcissus hybridus Geotagged,Spring,United States Click/tap to enlarge


hybrid daffodil...narcissus hybridus

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  1. I'm not a plant expert, but this is maybe a cultivation of another species. I can't find any species info online named "barret brownigs daffodil". Posted 5 years ago
  2. The 'Barret Browning' is a cultivar of the narcissus:
    Therefore not a recognised species:
    Apparently there are 25,000 named cultivars:
    Posted 5 years ago
  3. This is the page for the cultivar 'Barret Browning', but there is no information about the parents. I'm not even 100% if this is the right cultivar, some details don't match exactly, compared to those photos.
    Posted 5 years ago
    1. yea..in my forum topic I corrected that. I now think it's a pink something or other or another on like it...the problem is there are so many hybrids...each bulb company has their own names for some and don't list the parent species...plus even if I find the Latin names for the cultivar using the "x" they still don't show up in the species list and the picture will remain "unidentified". Posted 5 years ago, modified 5 years ago
    2. I also think the colors are a bit off in the picture which doesn't help...the sun and clouds were weird on that day I took the picture Posted 5 years ago

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Uploaded May 4, 2015. Captured May 3, 2015 06:23 in 40 Hinkle Road, Washington, CT 06793, USA.
  • PENTAX K-50
  • f/7.1
  • 1/250s
  • ISO400
  • 190mm