Friday, March 20

Friday Farm Photo: Happy First Day (Night?) of Spring!

Does Anything Say It Better than Daffodils?

© Copyright 2009, the cheerful yellow foodie farm blog where a quick count this morning estimated the number of blooming daffodils in the yard (which faithfully appear year after year without even the slightest bit of assistance on our part) at around an astonishing 400 flowers—including a small clump that has jumped over and popped up next to the flowering quince (another no maintenance favorite), as well as two cute little rows of blooms that are marching their way across the lawn under the clothesline. What a perfect excuse not to mow the grass.


  1. What a cheerful way to start the morning! I think I can tell which way the sun is coming up!

  2. Daffy dills are such wonderful harbingers of spring. Thanks for sharing and I'll keep your advice in mind - "note to self plant daffodils in the lawn so we won't start mowing so early in the year"

  3. Great photo. So warm and inviting. We had a freak snow fall yesterday morning. No flowers yet, but there is hope!

  4. Oh, how cheerful! We have so much snow here still it'll be a while, but now I can vicariously enjoy your beautiful daffies.

  5. So true-nothing says it better than daffodils! Lovely pic.

  6. Those daffodils are gorgeous!! I can't wait to see some around here - hopefully soon.

  7. Beautiful Yellow flowers i love it, Thank you..

  8. Yes! I can't wait until my daffodils bloom soon! Love your blog!

  9. Lovely picture of Spring time.

    I enjoy reading your blog very much
    and thank you for bringing the farm to us city people.



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