I picked these daffodils yesterday–they’ve just recently started blooming. They were growing by the side of the road, and I just had to pick some! I love the variety–some are bright yellow, some are soft yellow, and some are soft cream. My favorite, though, are the daffodils that have creamy petals with vivid orange centers.

Do you have daffodils in your garden and are they blooming yet?

I’m linking this to Fiesta Friday at The Novice Gardener and Inspire Me Monday at Create with Joy.


29 thoughts on “Daffodils

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  2. The Novice Gardener

    Where is this roadside? I’ll go pick some, too! Lol… I do have daffodils in my garden. They’re starting to sprout. I love that one with the orange center, too. I need to plant that next year! So pretty, Nancy. Cheered me up, thanks! 🙂


  3. Sandy_of_WV

    ~ on western side of WV – just starting to bloom – have various shades/colors – single and double blooms ~


  4. Nancie

    We can’t grow daffodils in Florida. Sometimes you might be able to get a pot of them when the Easter flowers come out. I miss my daffodils!


    1. nancyc Post author

      I never realized they couldn’t grow in Florida, but it makes sense, since they have a fairly short blooming time in spring–the temperature can’t be too hot or cold! Hope you’ll be able to find some in a pot this spring!


  5. MyKabulKitchen

    Lovely uplifting post after a weekend of rain here in the East Coast I am hoping we have beautiful flowers like these growing soon! I agree I am not a big fan of yellow and my favorite are the creamish petals with the peach inside 🙂


  6. Deborah Carlson

    So beautiful Nancy!
    I love them all! Such a sweet picture of “spring”!
    No daffodils around here yet…too much snow yet…lol, but it is starting to melt!
    Thanks heavens!
    Have a wonderful new week!

    All my heart,
    Deborah xoxo



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