Two different, but related presentations about American Daffodil Society Classic Daffodils. The first program, "Here Come the Classics!" is a very good program for garden or daffodil clubs. The second program, "Some Show Worthy Classics", and is best used for personal study.
"Here Come the Classics!" is a program that was given at the 2012 American Daffodil Society National Convention about the newly designated Classic Daffodils now exhibited at American Daffodil Society shows. This program provides definitions and information about the group of daffodils known as "Classics" accompanied with beautiful color photos about the Wister Award winning daffodils that are Classics as well as photos of very popular Classics. This PowerPoint program has 34 slides. It is estimated this program, when used for a group presentation, would take approximately 30 minutes, allowing for questions.
"Some Show Worthy Classics" program is a compilation of approximately 115 images from the American Daffodil Society's daffodil compendium, DaffSeek.org, of Classic daffodils that are proven show winners. This program is best used for personal study.
These programs were developed by Margaret Macneale of Minnesota and Loyce McKenzie of Mississippi in 2012.
This CD is self-contained, allowing you to print off a script for the first prsentation, or it can be shown as an inclusive program.
These presentations are also available as a free download at the American Daffodil Society's website: DaffTube.org. Please consider your Internet connection speed, and other variables, if you wish to avail yourself of the free download opportunity.