Daffodils are always a welcome burst of color in the late days of winter into early spring. When they start appearing all around, we know the new parade of yearly colors is about to begin.

Daffodils are an easy bulb to grow and come in many varieties. They can easily be grown in landscaping or fields or even containers, and they multiply fast over the years.

Planting Daffodil bulbs in the fall for spring bloom is always worth the wait and somehow makes the garden feel like home.

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  1. Ours apparently survived the heavy, wet, and unexpected snow we got on Sunday. I’m so glad. I always enjoy seeing their cheerful faces in the spring. 😁


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    1. SW says:

      I’m so glad they survived! We had a late freeze this year too and thankfully all the buds emerging weren’t hurt! The daffodils are always a welcome sight after such a long winter! I’m so happy you enjoyed them Janet! 😃

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    1. SW says:

      Thank you for the wonderful comment. I love the serenity in nature and especially flowers! 😃


  2. rothpoetry says:

    Beautiful Daffodils. We are now in full bloom and the pear trees are blooming everywhere. Spring is smiling over winter!!

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    1. SW says:

      Thank you so much! I love pear tree blooms too! Always know spring is close when they start blooming! 😃

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  3. kathydoremus says:

    So, I hopped over to check out your blog and love your pictures. I was out taking pictures of daffodils yesterday since they are just opening up here in the Atlanta area. Nice shots!

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    1. SW says:

      Thank you so much Kathy! The daffodils have been really pretty this year and I’m so ready for more flowers to start blooming here in Louisiana. You have some of the most beautiful birds there too! I haven’t seen a lot of those around here and I enjoyed your post so much! 😃


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