Saturday, March 24, 2012

Happy Spring Everyone!

Woo Hoo!!!
How many different varieties can you spot?
Enjoy your weekend:@)

PS-If you want to see how many varieties there are...
#2 actually has an orange trumpet, it's just starting to turn but needs to mature just a little longer.
#5-It's in the center of the last pic, scroll back up and take another look at it, it's really pretty!
#8 isn't fair... since it points down you can't see it, but it has the neatest orange ruffle in the middle:@)
Yep, they're all from my yard, we're expecting storms Sunday thought I'd bring them in and enjoy them.

I'm joining Seasonal Sunday

30 comments:

  1. I think I spot 6 varieties? - Hope you enjoy your weekend too! xo

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  2. That's what I call cheerful. I think I saw 6 varieties. Looking forward to a great weekend.

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  3. Wish I could grow them, they are so cheerful!

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  4. Simply gorgeous.
    I counted 7, the small droopy one had me fooled!
    Happy Spring, indeed.

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  5. Gorgeous daffs, Lynn. I never knew there were so many varieties. xo

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  6. Awesomeness Lynn. An awful mole ate OUR DAFFS-gives me bad thoughts. You have a terrific weekend.

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  7. So beautiful. It is a sunny day here but the daffodils have not opened yet. Still cold.
    Hey there is a pig hiding in your daffodils on the left.

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  8. Hi Lynn, that is a beautiful collection! A few years ago I bought a collection of unmarked mixed bulbs from White Flower Farm and I am loving seeing the different varieties pop open! Daffodils came out this week but no flowering trees yet. I'm hoping they will all be okay after the storms in August and October. Linda

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  9. I never was a fan of the unusual colors in my earlier years, but as I have grown older I like them more and more.

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  10. That color just pops out the minute your blog "pop's" up : ) Did you grow those??

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  11. Daffodil wonderfulness!

    Thank you for sharing. Stop by for a visit some time at thriftshopcommando.blogspot.com.

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  12. Looks like you're quite the gardener Lynn. I never knew there were so many varieties of daffodis. Yours are beautiful. Happy Spring!

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  13. Daffodils are my favorite, and yours are wonderful!

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  14. Very pretty and very exciting to know that Spring is here, or at least right around the corner, depending where you live!

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  15. Very interesting and pretty. sandie

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  16. They are all so beautiful! My daughter loves them!!

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  17. Your Spring Flowers are just beautiful! Thanks for sharing and have a great day.
    Miz Helen

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  18. How wonderful to have so many varieties. Love daffodils. ~ Sarah

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  19. Are all of those n your garden Lynn? How beautiful, regardless!

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  20. Wow, that is so neat, so gorgeous and so informative!

    No wonder it looks so amazing, 8 different varieties, holy smokes that is neat!!!!

    Have a wonderful remainder of weekend!

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  21. Always a delight to see each spring whether 1 variety or 6. Great photo!

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  22. Beautiful! Love all of the varieties. Happy Spring.

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  23. I was going to say six so I'm glad you numbered them! I placed an order for daffodils that have pink in the center, and planted them in the fall. They are just about ready to bloom, but I have a feeling they sent me the wrong bulbs. I pried one open and it looks yellow! Although beautiful, I really wanted the pink centers.

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  24. They are beautiful! What a great bouquet!

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  25. Hi Lynnie! Oh, what gorgeous daffs. These are just about my most favorite flower. Beautiful bouquet.
    be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  26. Amazing! What a wonderful bouquet!

    So great to have you be a part of Seasonal Sundays. Hope you'll join me this week too.

    - The Tablescaper

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