IT’S DAFFODIL TIME! – Marilyn Armstrong

Daffodils – FOTD – 04/17/2019

The daffodils began to bloom today. I’m sure they all be wide open tomorrow! Spring sunshine in the garden. I’m really celebrating because it didn’t rain today and it isn’t supposed to rain tomorrow, either.

Yay spring!

Open and beautiful
Even more daffodils
And just one more

Author: Marilyn Armstrong

Writer, photography, blogger. Previously, technical writer. I am retired and delighted to be so. May I live long and write frequently.

18 thoughts on “IT’S DAFFODIL TIME! – Marilyn Armstrong”

  1. Such a beautiful golden colour! 🙂

    The Sun’s out – Yayy!

    (We had equally good ‘news’… It Rained! Quite a bit, comparatively. 😉 )

    I have a single self-seeded marigold out at the moment…. same colour as your daffs!

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      1. I’m hopeful, but seems like we have some cooler weather coming and the flowers might need a little coaxing after all the warmth they’ve been used to. 😉

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  2. It always seems like such a long wait until the daffodils finally get here, but when they do, it’s officially spring! My very favorite flower. Loved your photos.

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    1. If I had more energy, I’d get out and get pictures. We don’t have much blooming yet — our garden doesn’t come up until May and it’s an awful mess this year — but elsewhere, there are trees and bushes in mad bloom. The SUN is out!

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  3. One of my favorites. Our California poppies are all in bloom in the front garden along with the sage and other California native plants. We have no lawn, just plants and a Jacaranda tree. In the back yard are two patio areas, a hot tub, a fountain, a lemon tree, a peach tree, and various other trees and plants. I have a large expense looming. Our side back fence fell down during a heavy wind and rain storm. It’s strung together haphazardly, but ready to go down again. So, no choice but to replace it As you know, with a house and the outdoor property, there is always something that needs repairing.

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