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Fill Your Yard With Delightful Daffodils

Daffodils are one of my favorite spring blooming flowers. They fill your garden with a golden glow, and are very easy to grow. Also known as narcissus, daffodils have a bevy of landscaping benefits. There are many different varieties to choose from. They are inexpensive, multiply over time, and are cold tolerant. That's only a few of the wonderful qualities this hardy bulb boasts. Read on to learn more, and don't forget to scroll to the bottom to enter the $50 gift card giveaway!

The National Garden Bureau has chosen the daffodil as the bulb of the year! Each year, they pick one annual, one perennial, one bulb and one vegetable to be celebrated and featured. The NGB takes into consideration versatility, popularity, adaptability, diversity and ease of growth. You can read more details about the Year Of The Daffodil here. In honor of this daffodil celebration, I want to show you just how easy it is to fill your yard with these fabulous flowers. I'm also providing one lucky reader with a $50 gift certificate to help you load up your landscape with bulbs, thanks to Longfield Gardens!

year of the daffodil

The National Garden Bureau has chosen the daffodil as the bulb of the year! Each year, they pick one annual, one perennial, one bulb and one vegetable to be celebrated and featured. The NGB takes into consideration versatility, popularity, adaptability, diversity and ease of growth. You can read more details about the Year Of The Daffodil here. In honor of this daffodil celebration, I want to show you just how easy it is to fill your yard with these fabulous flowers. I'm also providing one lucky reader with a $50 gift certificate to help you load up your landscape with bulbs, thanks to Longfield Gardens!

We had some strange weather patterns here in New England this year. We had some earlier than normal warm weather in late winter, followed by an extreme cold snap in early spring. I was a little concerned this would cause problems with the bulbs. Luckily, the flowers were still spectacular just unusually late. They were all worth the extra wait, so I can't complain! Here are some daffodil pictures I snapped this spring.

‘Dutch Master’ daffodils & muscari

spring recap

We had some strange weather patterns here in New England this year. We had some earlier than normal warm weather in late winter, followed by an extreme cold snap in early spring. I was a little concerned this would cause problems with the bulbs. Luckily, the flowers were still spectacular just unusually late. They were all worth the extra wait, so I can't complain! Here are some daffodil pictures I snapped this spring. 

We had some strange weather patterns here in New England this year. We had some earlier than normal warm weather in late winter, followed by an extreme cold snap in early spring. I was a little concerned this would cause problems with the bulbs. Luckily, the flowers were still spectacular just unusually late. They were all worth the extra wait, so I can't complain! Here are some daffodil pictures I snapped this spring.

'Goblet' daffodils

We had some strange weather patterns here in New England this year. We had some earlier than normal warm weather in late winter, followed by an extreme cold snap in early spring. I was a little concerned this would cause problems with the bulbs. Luckily, the flowers were still spectacular just unusually late. They were all worth the extra wait, so I can't complain! Here are some daffodil pictures I snapped this spring.
Fill Your Yard With Delightful Daffodils | angiethefreckledrose.com
We had some strange weather patterns here in New England this year. We had some earlier than normal warm weather in late winter, followed by an extreme cold snap in early spring. I was a little concerned this would cause problems with the bulbs. Luckily, the flowers were still spectacular just unusually late. They were all worth the extra wait, so I can't complain! Here are some daffodil pictures I snapped this spring.
We had some strange weather patterns here in New England this year. We had some earlier than normal warm weather in late winter, followed by an extreme cold snap in early spring. I was a little concerned this would cause problems with the bulbs. Luckily, the flowers were still spectacular just unusually late. They were all worth the extra wait, so I can't complain! Here are some daffodil pictures I snapped this spring.
We had some strange weather patterns here in New England this year. We had some earlier than normal warm weather in late winter, followed by an extreme cold snap in early spring. I was a little concerned this would cause problems with the bulbs. Luckily, the flowers were still spectacular just unusually late. They were all worth the extra wait, so I can't complain! Here are some daffodil pictures I snapped this spring.

'Love Call' daffodils

We had some strange weather patterns here in New England this year. We had some earlier than normal warm weather in late winter, followed by an extreme cold snap in early spring. I was a little concerned this would cause problems with the bulbs. Luckily, the flowers were still spectacular just unusually late. They were all worth the extra wait, so I can't complain! Here are some daffodil pictures I snapped this spring.
We had some strange weather patterns here in New England this year. We had some earlier than normal warm weather in late winter, followed by an extreme cold snap in early spring. I was a little concerned this would cause problems with the bulbs. Luckily, the flowers were still spectacular just unusually late. They were all worth the extra wait, so I can't complain! Here are some daffodil pictures I snapped this spring.
We had some strange weather patterns here in New England this year. We had some earlier than normal warm weather in late winter, followed by an extreme cold snap in early spring. I was a little concerned this would cause problems with the bulbs. Luckily, the flowers were still spectacular just unusually late. They were all worth the extra wait, so I can't complain! Here are some daffodil pictures I snapped this spring.
We had some strange weather patterns here in New England this year. We had some earlier than normal warm weather in late winter, followed by an extreme cold snap in early spring. I was a little concerned this would cause problems with the bulbs. Luckily, the flowers were still spectacular just unusually late. They were all worth the extra wait, so I can't complain! Here are some daffodil pictures I snapped this spring.

'Love Call' daffodils mixed with 'Darwin Hybrid' tulips

We had some strange weather patterns here in New England this year. We had some earlier than normal warm weather in late winter, followed by an extreme cold snap in early spring. I was a little concerned this would cause problems with the bulbs. Luckily, the flowers were still spectacular just unusually late. They were all worth the extra wait, so I can't complain! Here are some daffodil pictures I snapped this spring.
We had some strange weather patterns here in New England this year. We had some earlier than normal warm weather in late winter, followed by an extreme cold snap in early spring. I was a little concerned this would cause problems with the bulbs. Luckily, the flowers were still spectacular just unusually late. They were all worth the extra wait, so I can't complain! Here are some daffodil pictures I snapped this spring.
We had some strange weather patterns here in New England this year. We had some earlier than normal warm weather in late winter, followed by an extreme cold snap in early spring. I was a little concerned this would cause problems with the bulbs. Luckily, the flowers were still spectacular just unusually late. They were all worth the extra wait, so I can't complain! Here are some daffodil pictures I snapped this spring.

Daffodils growing alongside 'Cartouche' & 'Angelique' tulips

Longfield Gardens was kind enough to provide me with these fun varieties of daffodils. I planted them all last fall in early October. They are planted in a flower bed that receives 6+ hours of sun each day. My garden is located in USDA zone 6a Massachusetts.

Longfield Gardens was kind enough to provide me with these fun varieties of daffodils. I planted them all last fall in early October. They are planted in a flower bed that receives 6+ hours of sun each day. My garden is located in USDA zone 6a Massachusetts.

about daffodils

'Lingerie' daffodils Daffodils are spring perennial plants grown from bulb. They always alert me to the warmer days ahead and are synonymous with my excitement for the gardening season. Right around the time the daffodils bloom, the robins return to chirp their sweet songs and all the snow from winter has finally melted. They fill the air with a light and sweet romantic scent sure to put you in a cheerful mood.

'Lingerie' daffodils

Daffodils are spring perennial plants grown from bulb. They always alert me to the warmer days ahead and are synonymous with my excitement for the gardening season. Right around the time the daffodils bloom, the robins return to chirp their sweet songs and all the snow from winter has finally melted. They fill the air with a light and sweet romantic scent sure to put you in a cheerful mood. 

'Jetfire' daffodils mixed with 'Armeniacum' muscari If you are someone that deals with deer or rabbits destroying your garden, these bulbs are for you. They are poisonous, so they bloom without a nibble from those dastardly critters. They originate from the Mediterranean, and grow in forest and woodland areas. Narcissus flowers are self propagating and are perfect for naturalizing an area of your yard. They multiply very quickly and with the proper care, will return year after year.

'Jetfire' daffodils mixed with 'Armeniacum' muscari

If you are someone that deals with deer or rabbits destroying your garden, these bulbs are for you. They are poisonous, so they bloom without a nibble from those dastardly critters. They originate from the Mediterranean, and grow in forest and woodland areas. Narcissus flowers are self propagating and are perfect for naturalizing an area of your yard. They multiply very quickly and with the proper care, will return year after year.

A naturalized mix of daffodils There are hundreds of different species of narcissus to choose from in different shapes, sizes and colors. There are officially 13 different classifications of daffodils according to the American Daffodil Society. They are such an easy and dependable flower to grow. Even those self professed "black thumbs" can grow them with ease.

A naturalized mix of daffodils

There are hundreds of different species of narcissus to choose from in different shapes, sizes and colors. There are officially 13 different classifications of daffodils according to the American Daffodil Society. They are such an easy and dependable flower to grow. Even those self professed "black thumbs" can grow them with ease.

Click here to learn more about naturalizing with daffodils

'Tete a Tete' daffodils mixed with 'Purple Flag' tulips

'Tete a Tete' daffodils mixed with 'Purple Flag' tulips

how to grow

If you would like to enjoy a long bloom season, pick early, mid and late blooming varieties. It's the perfect time to order your daffodils for this upcoming fall right now! Longfield Gardens has many different varieties you can order, so check them out here. 

If you would like to enjoy a long bloom season, pick early, mid and late blooming varieties. It's the perfect time to order your daffodils for this upcoming fall right now! Longfield Gardens has many different varieties you can order, so check them out here.

Once you place your order, they will ship to you usually in fall. It will vary depending on your zone. Here in my zone, I plant them in early October once the ground and weather has cooled.

Daffodils grow best in a well-drained, sunny location. You can also grow them in part sun to shade if needed. They like slightly acidic soil, so you may want to add amendments if the soil is alkaline. Remember, it is very important to make sure your location has good drainage so your bulbs don't rot. 

Once you place your order, they will ship to you usually in fall. It will vary depending on your zone. Here in my zone, I plant them in early October once the ground and weather has cooled.  Daffodils grow best in a well-drained, sunny location. You can also grow them in part sun to shade if needed. They like slightly acidic soil, so you may want to add amendments if the soil is alkaline. Remember, it is very important to make sure your location has good drainage so your bulbs don't rot.

Each variety is different, but in general, you want to plant your bulbs around 6" deep. Make sure to check the instructions for your specific bulb. Plant your daffodil bulbs so that the pointy end is facing up. Water your bulbs in well.Each variety is different, but in general, you want to plant your bulbs around 6" deep. Make sure to check the instructions for your specific bulb. Plant your daffodil bulbs so that the pointy end is facing up. Water your bulbs in well.

Now, it's time for the wait! By the time next spring arrives, you will be so glad you planted some bulbs. It's so rewarding to see your hard work from last season pay off.

Now, it's time for the wait! By the time next spring arrives, you will be so glad you planted some bulbs. It's so rewarding to see your hard work from last season pay off. 'Tahiti' daffodils mixed with 'Dordogne' tulips

'Tahiti' daffodils mixed with 'Dordogne' tulips

Important note: After your daffodils have finished blooming, it is important to NOT cut back the foliage until it begins to yellow. I've made this mistake in the past, and I totally regret it. They use these leaves to create energy that is used to create next year's flowers. If you cut back these leaves too early, they will not produce flowers next year. 

You CAN however cut off unsightly spent blooms once they have dried up. You can also plan ahead and plant in front of daffodil foliage to conceal it. 

'Beautiful Eyes' daffodils mixed with 'Orange Princess' tulips

'Beautiful Eyes' daffodils mixed with 'Orange Princess' tulips

favorite varieties

There are so many beautiful varieties of daffodils to choose from. There are twelve separate divisions of narcissus flowers according to The Royal Horticultural Society. They include Trumpet, Split-Cupped Collar, Double, Poeticus and Miniature just to name a few. You can see the full list of divisions here. Since there are so many fabulous flowers, I've narrowed it down and made a list consisting of my favorite varieties. Each selection is available for purchase at LongfieldGardens.com

White Lion daffodils. There are so many beautiful varieties of daffodils to choose from. There are twelve separate divisions of narcissus flowers according to The Royal Horticultural Society. They include Trumpet, Split-Cupped Collar, Double, Poeticus and Miniature just to name a few. You can see the full list of divisions here. Since there are so many fabulous flowers, I've narrowed it down and made a list consisting of my favorite varieties. Each selection is available for purchase at LongfieldGardens.com. White Lion: A heirloom daffodil that was introduced in the 1940s. 
Description: Creamy white petals with bright yellow ruffles
Zones: 3-8
Classification: Double
Bloom Time: Mid Spring
Features: Fragrance similar to gardenias 

Dutch Master daffodils. There are so many beautiful varieties of daffodils to choose from. There are twelve separate divisions of narcissus flowers according to The Royal Horticultural Society. They include Trumpet, Split-Cupped Collar, Double, Poeticus and Miniature just to name a few. You can see the full list of divisions here. Since there are so many fabulous flowers, I've narrowed it down and made a list consisting of my favorite varieties. Each selection is available for purchase at LongfieldGardens.com. Dutch Master: The most widely grown daffodil in the world!
Description: Bright yellow flower featuring a long trumpet shape
Zones: 3-8
Classification: Trumpet
Bloom Time: Mid to Late Spring
Features: Dependable and perfect for naturalizing 

Professor Einstein daffodils. There are so many beautiful varieties of daffodils to choose from. There are twelve separate divisions of narcissus flowers according to The Royal Horticultural Society. They include Trumpet, Split-Cupped Collar, Double, Poeticus and Miniature just to name a few. You can see the full list of divisions here. Since there are so many fabulous flowers, I've narrowed it down and made a list consisting of my favorite varieties. Each selection is available for purchase at LongfieldGardens.com. Professor Einstein: A popular pick since it's introduction 60 years ago
Description: Snowy white petals featuring a crimped red-orange cup
Zones: 3-8
Classification: Large Cup
Bloom Time: Mid to Late Spring
Features: Strong grower, good multiplier and very fragrant

Ice Follies daffodils. There are so many beautiful varieties of daffodils to choose from. There are twelve separate divisions of narcissus flowers according to The Royal Horticultural Society. They include Trumpet, Split-Cupped Collar, Double, Poeticus and Miniature just to name a few. You can see the full list of divisions here. Since there are so many fabulous flowers, I've narrowed it down and made a list consisting of my favorite varieties. Each selection is available for purchase at LongfieldGardens.com. Ice Follies: More widely planted than almost any other daffodil in the world
Description: Frilly, lemon yellow cup surrounded by six white petals 
Zones: 3-8
Classification: Large Cupped
Bloom Time: Early to Mid Spring
Features: Perfect choice for naturalizing and multiplies quickly

Lemon Sailboat daffodils. There are so many beautiful varieties of daffodils to choose from. There are twelve separate divisions of narcissus flowers according to The Royal Horticultural Society. They include Trumpet, Split-Cupped Collar, Double, Poeticus and Miniature just to name a few. You can see the full list of divisions here. Since there are so many fabulous flowers, I've narrowed it down and made a list consisting of my favorite varieties. Each selection is available for purchase at LongfieldGardens.com. Lemon Sailboat: This flower looks as if it is sailing in the wind
Description: Primrose yellow and compact in size
Zones: 1-9
Classification: Jonquilla
Bloom Time: Mid to Late Spring
Features: Great for containers, long lasting with a sweet scent

Click here to learn more about different types of daffodils to know and grow.

There are so many beautiful varieties of daffodils to choose from. There are twelve separate divisions of narcissus flowers according to The Royal Horticultural Society. They include Trumpet, Split-Cupped Collar, Double, Poeticus and Miniature just to name a few. You can see the full list of divisions here. Since there are so many fabulous flowers, I've narrowed it down and made a list consisting of my favorite varieties. Each selection is available for purchase at LongfieldGardens.com.

Click here to see Longfield Gardens top 10 list of daffodils!

Giveaway!

In honor of National Garden Bureau's Year of the Daffodil celebration, I will be giving away a $50 Longfield Gardens gift card to a lucky reader! You can spend it on the bulbs of your choice, or even add to your daffodil collection. Brighten up your landscape with some cheerful new blooms.

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About: This giveaway will run from Saturday, June 3 to Monday, June 12 closing at midnight ET. A winner will be chosen at random using the widget below. That winner will be announced and notified by email on Tuesday, June 13. Make sure to check your inbox!  

Must reside in the US to enter. Wishing you all good luck!

Do you grow daffodils in your gardens? Are you already planning on planting some this fall? I hope you consider adding some of these classic spring blooms to your landscape. They are so easy to grow and really add some cheer to your yard.

I'm already starting to order some now! It's never to early to start buying bulbs for the upcoming season. I'm planning on growing some White Lion daffodils for next spring. I'm excited for them to perfume the air with their heavenly scent. 

Don't forget to check out the hashtags #YearOfTheDaffodil and #DaffodilWatch on social media for extra inspiration. Happy growing!

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Daffodils are one of my favorite spring blooming flowers. They fill your garden with a golden glow, and are very easy to grow. Also known as narcissus, daffodils have a bevy of landscaping benefits. There are many different varieties to choose from. They are inexpensive, multiply over time, and are cold tolerant. That's only a few of the wonderful qualities this hardy bulb boasts.

Disclaimer: Longfield Gardens was kind enough to provide one of my readers with a $50 gift card.  They also provided me with some of the images used in this post.  I was not paid or compensated to write this article and all opinions are my own.  I only promote companies I enjoy and products I use in my own garden! 

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  • linda kelley
    June 4, 2017 at 12:30 pm

    I just love your daffodils, they are so beautiful!!! Thank you for the great tutorial on planting them!

  • Cheryl B
    June 4, 2017 at 2:19 pm

    I love the Dutch Master daffodils.

  • MrsFricksey
    June 4, 2017 at 2:28 pm

    Thank you for inspiring me to plant some bulbs this year. It always seems like fall comes and I get so tied up with holidays that I forget to take time to plan for spring. Now I order my bulbs early and I don’t have to remember to buy them. They really do take no time at all to get into the ground and, oh my, the payoff in the spring is fantastic! Your pictures are beautiful! I think I’ll order those lingerie daffodils. So beautiful!

  • Darla Peduzzi
    June 4, 2017 at 3:59 pm

    I love all the daffodils, but the Professor Einstein is one of my favorites. My mom grew these when I was growing up. So pretty!

  • Michelle
    June 4, 2017 at 4:08 pm

    Such beautiful photos, Angie! I love daffodils, but I haven’t kept up with the variety names. I try to add more each year, so I’d love to win. Regardless, I’d never heard of this company so I’d love to get their catalog. I would definitely consider ordering from them!

  • Melanie Frost
    June 4, 2017 at 5:03 pm

    What gorgeous flowers and photos. I wish we could grow daffodils out here, but in Phoenix, they would die within minutes. I’m jealous!

  • Julie
    June 4, 2017 at 6:12 pm

    These are so beautiful. I just love the richness of the colors in all the flowers in the garden.

  • Gail M Akeman
    June 4, 2017 at 6:19 pm

    I like Daffodils it seems like they are one of the first things I see that remind me that spring is here. I have a few in my yard.

  • Robin McMahon
    June 4, 2017 at 6:22 pm

    Oh wow! I have not seen quite a few of those! Thanks! How beautiful! New ones to add to my wish list! LOL Thank you so very much!

  • Theresa
    June 4, 2017 at 7:21 pm

    These flowers are so pretty! Daffodils are one of my favorite flowers.

  • Erica
    June 4, 2017 at 7:27 pm

    I love all the pictures of your daffodils. I feel like I don’t see daffodils very often now that I’m on the West coast. I live in an apartment and don’t have a garden. But today I bought my first tiny tomato plant to go on the back porch. So I guess that’s a start.

  • Sona Sethi
    June 4, 2017 at 9:40 pm

    Love those daffofils. They are so bright and colorful and really lights up the mood when you are in your garden. It came out very well in yours too!

  • Pam Avoledo
    June 4, 2017 at 10:35 pm

    Lovely photos! The lingerie daffodils are my favorite. It’s such a beautiful garden.

  • Elizabeth O.
    June 4, 2017 at 11:32 pm

    I think this is awesome! I love that daffodils are the flowers of the year. It would be so nice to have a garden filled with different kinds.

  • Amber Pilcher
    June 5, 2017 at 1:40 am

    Daffodils are so lovely! They remind me of childhood nostalgia. Your photos are beautiful. Makes me wish we had some in our backyard!

  • Shoshana Sue
    June 5, 2017 at 5:59 am

    I love daffodils and really had no clue that you are not supposed to cut back the foliage until it begins to yellow. This explains a lot now and I appreciate that I have learned something new and worthy today.

  • Vanessa
    June 5, 2017 at 6:22 am

    These are my favorite flowers. They smell lovely and looks amazing in the garden.

  • daniella
    June 5, 2017 at 7:59 am

    You got some amazing pictures of daffodils and different kinds! Absolutely gorgeous!

  • Donna
    June 5, 2017 at 10:04 am

    I had no ideal that they did bulb of the year! Daffodils are my mom’s favorite flowers. Always a welcomed sign of spring.

  • Melissa @ Think About Such Things
    June 5, 2017 at 11:48 am

    I love these daffodils. I grew some about 5 years at a house I was living in. They are such cheerful flowers and easy growers. I’m a fan of just the normal yellow daffodil, but I am really loving the white lion!

  • Heather
    June 5, 2017 at 2:04 pm

    These are stunning! I’d love to have a backyard full of flowers. In Arizona it’s so warm in the summer and we really struggle keeping anything pretty in our yard. I wonder if these would do well here.

  • Elisha Fernandez
    June 5, 2017 at 7:02 pm

    These daffodils are gorgeous! Stunning pictures, too.

  • Delphine
    June 5, 2017 at 8:54 pm

    Daffodils are such great plants and a lovely symbol of spring. I love your photos, well done.

  • Katy SkipTheBag
    June 5, 2017 at 9:53 pm

    I love those professor Einsteins! I’ve not seen daffodils that color before. Simply beautiful.

  • Amanda
    June 5, 2017 at 9:59 pm

    Daffodils are such beautiful flowers – I love their unique shape and bright yellow color! I can’t help but think of spring when I look at them!

  • Whitney aka Mrs. Millennial
    June 5, 2017 at 10:15 pm

    Wow – you have had better luck than me! I get lots of daffodil stems, but almost no flowers…think it’s just too warm here perhaps (zone 8B). Oh well!

  • Dominique | Perchance to Cook
    June 5, 2017 at 10:29 pm

    Omg daffofils seriously make me so happy! They remind me of spring 🙂 The colors are amazing… I’d love for my yard to be full of them!

  • Jenna Colgrove
    June 5, 2017 at 10:57 pm

    you have the perfect yard!!

  • Angela Milnes
    June 5, 2017 at 11:46 pm

    These are beautiful and i love the daffodils. They are such beautiful flowers and i love to buy them! I would love to plant some in our garden!

  • Abigayle de Guzman
    June 6, 2017 at 5:42 am

    This makes me wish I don’t live in an apartment complex so I can grow. Great pictures, by the way! They’re beautiful!

  • Lacee
    June 6, 2017 at 12:13 pm

    Oh how I love daffodils! My favorites are the light yellow/white outside with the bright orange center. They look great with tulips!

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  • Chelsea Damon
    June 6, 2017 at 2:03 pm

    I love daffodils! (TUpils are my favorite, though). They grow everywhere around here in the spring and it’s beautiful!

  • Bailey
    June 6, 2017 at 9:46 pm

    I love flowers! Thank you for the thorough overview of how to plant and for the gorgeous pictures.

  • Rebecca Brianne | Bexpeditions
    June 6, 2017 at 11:51 pm

    What a great post you have here! I love daffodils and I remember as a child it was always great to see them pop up at our home in Connecticut! Now in nearby Massachusetts, it has become all about the hydrangeas LOL. This made me miss my daffodils!

    Best,
    Rebecca

  • Casey the College Celiac
    June 7, 2017 at 7:05 pm

    My parents just went out and bought some gorgeous flowers to plant in our backyard! No daffodils, but some pretty flowers nonetheless 🙂

  • Bailey
    June 8, 2017 at 12:49 pm

    These are so beautiful! Keeping flowers alive is a constant struggle for me but you’ve inspired me to try again!

  • Echoesofhervoice
    June 8, 2017 at 2:48 pm

    Beautiful flowers. That’s the best part about spring and summer. Thanks for sharing!

  • Nicole Escat
    June 9, 2017 at 8:00 pm

    What a beautiful yard you had! I’m pretty sure that my grandmother would love your tips and ideas.

  • Lisa
    June 10, 2017 at 7:25 pm

    Those are beautiful flowers! We have some in our yard and I love them!

  • Rosie (@greenrosielife)
    June 28, 2017 at 9:48 am

    I love daffodils especially the little tête à têtes and big blously yellow ones! I am gradually adding more around our smallholding and love them when they appear in spring.

    Thank you fora dding this post to the #GoingGreen LInky and I hope you can join in the next one that opens on July 3rd 💚

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