Tuesday, February 16, 2010

"...And It Was All Yellow"



The daffodils finally bloomed out today! A whole bunch of them at once, which doesn't usually happen. I think they're all just happy that the snow's gone like an irritating houseguest :D



Big difference from two days ago!

14 comments:

gippslandgardener said...

Wow - I'm amazed! I remember looking at the image of those snow encrusted daffys a couple of days ago and thinking they might be done for! Shows you what I know about tough little daffodils :)

ChickenFreak said...

Woohoo! We've got some too - all clustered around the front porch, while everywhere else there's barely a flower stalk. But I'm not complaining.

Kyna said...

Gippy: I thought the same thing lol. They are a little smaller with the bloom-size this year though.


CF: Aren't they cheery? :D I just wish it was a little warmer so that I could be outside longer and enjoy them...

Abe Lincoln said...

It is an amazing change from snow to bright yellow. I guess the plant has a cycle and doesn't care if it is warm on top or cold it just knows to bloom.

Kyna said...

That's the amazing thing about gardening. Love it! :)

Deborah at Kilbourne Grove said...

Lucky you to have daffs in flower!
Sorry, go to go, Olympics are on, GO CANADA!!!

Bangchik said...

Huh, in a matter of two days, the garden changed from all white to full color. ~bangchik

Meredith said...

Amazing! They don't look the least disturbed by their snow-bath. :) (Gives me hope for the ones around here.)

Jayne said...

Wow, what a difference two days make. Wonderful little daffies :-)

Anna said...

You have daffodils! Green with envy here :)

Floridagirl said...

So beautiful and sunny! Wish I could grow them here.

Sunny said...

Very nice to see some color in the garden I bet. I happened upon a buttercup and a couple crocus today on my walk...Yea for spring!

Noelle said...

It is hard to believe that only 48 hours passed between the two photos. Your daffodils look like miniature suns brightening up the garden.

Kyna said...

Thank you everyone for your comments :D I do get so much enjoyment out of those daffodils, I'm glad the weather hasn't spoiled them, save for them being a little less perky looking this year lol.