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#YaJagoffPodcast/ D-O Suggested to the Daffodil Farm We G-O

April 20, 2021

When Doug Oster suggests a pod lo, we go. (That is podcast location of course.) With limited time to catch the daffodil season, Doug and Washington County Daffodil Hortus owner Joe Hamm host the jagoffs with stories of the field sisters and daffodil divisions.  Reporter Harry Funk put the L in daffodil love while learning about Katherine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy.



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Joe Hamm’s Daffodil Hortus

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4:47 Joe Hamm:

Able to reference every one of the thousands of daffodils, Joe Hamm credits the field sisters for the TLC and growth of the various daffodils represented at his Washington County Daffodil Hortus. Having an interest in daffodils for decades, Hamm shares his knowledge with visitors who he encourages to take bunches.  After all, daffodils equate to the unofficial beginning of spring.

16:05 Doug Oster:

Thirteen may historically be an unlucky number, but in the case of daffodils, Oster educates that 13 is the number of daffodil divisions identifying the April flower.  Green thumb Oster especially likes the daffodils with hues of red, though Spencer Tracy had him on a wild goose chase to find.  His newest give back, other than free gardening tips, is a seed canister just in time for Earth Day that may resemble newspaper stands. Find his tips and info on his website and receive the Green Voice with a column from Doug weekly.

34:07    Harry Funk

Hailing from near Harrisburg, Funk learned the Western Pa way pretty quickly from his journalism days at IUP to his stints with a few newspapers. With a recorder in hand, Funk takes in the sweet smell of the Churchill daffodil while enlightening us about his music passion in addition to writing.  Catch Harry Funk in the Almanac and Observer Reporter.

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