Wordless Wednesday 22/2/12 – First Daffodils

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  1. Christina says:

    I just love daffodils and they are probably the flowers I miss most living in Lazio. In England almost every garden, every roundabout, every churchyard has daffodils, here I hardly ever see any – and the ones I planted have done so poorly that this year I don’t think there will be any. Christina

  2. Dawn says:

    It’s yellow and yet, I quite like it. Just one of life’s mysteries…

  3. Mine are nowhere near that stage yet – I just love the way they cheer up the garden.

  4. Bridget says:

    Ours are budding but won’t be in flower for a while yet. We are 600 ft above sea level so that makes a difference.

  5. gorgeous…I cannot wait to see my first daff…I mark my true first day of spring with that first daff…

    1. patientgardener says:

      Hi Donna – yes for me daffodils means that spring has arrived. I go past a large planting of them on the way to work and they have started to flower as well, just need some sunshine now

  6. Lovely. Ours are still a few weeks away, so thanks for sharing yours.

  7. Lovely! Mine are all still shut up tight.

    1. patientgardener says:

      Hi Green Thumbs & HM – these daffodils are a particularly early one. I inherited them when I bought the house and they always flower very early

  8. The first daffodil is always a special occurrence in my garden. I always feel like spring is truly upon us but it is February.

  9. Sunshine in February. 🙂
    Our daffodils are just numbs, but the snowdrops are blooming now a month early.

  10. hillwards says:

    Such a lovely sight. We’ve been enjoying ours for a couple of weeks now too: on wet grey days like these they really lift the gloom a little.

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