Yay Spring! I love your new graphic at the top!
Happy Spring to you Susan!!! I love daffodils, they are sun on a stick..or stem...whatever! Hope you are having a wonderful time!
It's very cold and dreary as $#@&* here and seeing one more flower just can't be bad for the soul!
I have discovered that rabbits don't eat daffs. next season I plan on growing every variety I can lay my hands on.
That is an obscene flower photo!-Walterin northern Vermont where it was 10°F last night and it is now up to a balmy 20°F with snow on the ground...Dreams of spring.Springy dreams.Tiggers bouncing.
NIce to see. Here in Denmark we still have frost and the ground is hard lika a rock. Realy looking foreward to the spring.
Just wanted to tell you how much I love your site....I pop in everyday to read and admire your pics!
Beautiful. I went for a hike in a nearby park in Perkasie, Pennsylvania today and some of them blooming in the park.
One more?How about a whole host full!http://www.blupete.com/Literature/Poetry/WordsworthDaffodils.htmSB
I mowed my lawn yesterday. It always amazes me how the country unthaws and unfolds as another winter is put to bed. Daffs are my favorite flower.... until the tulips bloom...and then the dogwoods.... and then the lilacs... and then the lavender.. and then the roses... you get the picture...
Yay, Spring, yay! Here in San Francisco the cherry blossoms in Golden Gate Park are about to burst into bloom, and the magnolias are already there. I usually force a few daffodils in pots but didn't this year (too busy last fall). Thanks for giving me my fix!
Spring is a wonderful season!
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