I get excited when the daffodils bloom. Actually, except for the new bulbs, which are mostly just now peeking out of the ground, I could just use previous years’ pictures. Here’s a sample of this years’ early blooms.


Juanita, a shy bloomer


Pink Charm just starting to bloom, with Sailboat


Yellow Trumpets in the Rock Beds


Tete a Tete

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5 Comments

  1. David The Good

     /  March 6, 2009

    I’ve developed a new love for daffodils recently. They’re coming up all around the yard now. Beat the tulips this year.

  2. FlowerLady

     /  March 4, 2009

    Oh how wonderful it must be to experience daffodils every spring. Those are beautiful. My favorite is Pink Charmer.You have a fantastic place, with beautiful gardens all over.FlowerLady

  3. Chandramouli S

     /  March 2, 2009

    I’m lovin’ ’em! Your daffodils! Can they be used in bouquets? How long do they last once removed from ground?

  4. NellJean

     /  March 2, 2009

    Not Queen Anne’s lace, some other little wilding that has tiny white blossoms, similar to coriander.We get a lot of late winter weeds that die off when the sun gets hot. I pull what I can and ignore the rest.

  5. Sue

     /  March 2, 2009

    I love your property and those daffodils! Is that Queen Anne’s lace coming up near the daffs?

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