Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Daffodils, February 4-5, 2014

ABC Wednesday and Outdoor Wednesday
D is for Daffodils
Tuesday, February 4, 2014
Milder temperatures and slow, soaking-in rains are bringing up the Daffodils.

Spider on Daffodil, January 29, 2013
No blooms yet, but here is a photo from last year.

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17 comments:

  1. My daffodils are sprouting right now and some even have buds. But today it was minus 2 celsius so hope they don't die!

    Leslie
    abcw team

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  2. Our bulbs are budding too, but it is too early we are afraid that we will have snow or a period of frost still to come. As you see I am back in the Netherlands, where rain is a daily event. No downpour as in Australia , but a drizzle.
    Wil, ABCW Team

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  3. Thanks for coming by Lea. We will miss her so much.

    I'll have to check and see if any thing is coming up. I have a lot of bulbs too. That snow and sleet may have made them think about waiting to pop out of the ground.

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  4. A lovely flower.
    ROG, ABC Wednesday team

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  5. Oh my gosh, I am so jealous!! Mine aren't even showing their faces yet, probably in shock from our crazy cold January. I don't care what the ground hogs said, spring is on its way!

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  6. Flower faces are way below the snow .... and more snow coming here in the Chicagoland area today and this weekend. I enjoyed seeing spring bulbs you have posted on your blog today. Thank you! ~ JM Illinois

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  7. I love daffodils. I will find out tomorrow what mine are doing. We are heading home from a short vacation to sunny Hawaii. With this huge cold snap I hope they aren't too far along. - Margy

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  8. Great pictures! I love daffodils, they let me know when my garden will start getting colorful :)

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  9. Blooms can't be far away - nice to know that the world is still turning, even if the weather is strange!

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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  10. Oh good! Spring must be coming!

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  11. Daffodils already! Wow lucky you. A few of my old ones are up but no where near blooming. We had snow this week so it's not likely they'll be blooming any time soon either.

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  12. You are so lucky to live in one of the warmer parts of the US. Seattle is having an awful cold snap. Even the winter pansies are very unhappy. No daffs yet here!

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  13. The thing I love most about daffodils is that they are poisonous, so immune to the predations of the voles. So many have returned for many years, unlike the poor tulips, except some species ones. I appreciate their fragrance, too, thanks for the preview.

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  14. My daffodils are emerging too, not long to go now – bring on spring, I am ready for it!

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  15. Happy Valentine's Day Lea! Hope you're doing well, I've missed hearing from you the past few days!

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  16. We won't even see shoots here for at least another month. Can't wait!

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