It’s Beginning to Look Like Spring

Fortissimo Daffodil, Fairfield Glade, Tennessee. March 20, 2011.

It’s beginning to look more and more like Spring on the Cumberland Plateau.  We’ve enjoyed some beautiful weather over the past few days, and flowers are beginning to bloom profusely.

We’ve had some yellow daffodils blooming for several days, but now some of our other daffodils are blooming as well.  The daffodil above is Fortissimo.  The petals are yellow, but the trumpet is orange.  It’s a fairly large blossom.

Chromacolor Daffodil, Fairfield Glade, Tennessee. March 21, 2011.

Chromacolor also has an orange trumpet, but it is much shorter than the one on Fortissimo.  Chromacolor’s petals are a showy white.  Both of these daffodils happily proclaim that Spring has sprung!

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19 Responses to “It’s Beginning to Look Like Spring”

  1. Mildred Says:

    I enjoy all the variations of daffodils. Your dad’s daffs that he shared with you are pretty too.

  2. Sandra Says:

    beautiful beautiful beautiful flowers. and i am singing it’s beginning to look like springtime to the tune of its beginning to look like Christmas.

  3. Pam Says:

    Beautiful daffodils, George.. now I miss living in the north and watching them bloom.. thanks, their Happy faces make me smile 🙂

    Blessings,
    Pam

  4. busy bee suz Says:

    Yippeee….pretty colors George!

  5. MaryBeth Says:

    I know, I am so excited that Spring is finally really arriving. Mother Nature knows best—we just can’t rush it along.

    I like your falls in the previous post. MB

  6. Darla Says:

    Oh my that second Daff is just oh la la!

  7. Sylvia Kirkwood Says:

    I love the daffodils!! Lovely colors! Terrific shots for the day, George! Hope you have a lovely, warm, sunny weekend! Enjoy!

    Sylvia

  8. ladyfi Says:

    Lucky you! Those daffodils are delightful!

  9. Rose Says:

    I love both of these…I did notice I have some hyacinths ready to pop open…if they don’t get froze out tonight.

  10. Ginny Hartzler Says:

    My favorite is the first one!

  11. Ruth Hiebert Says:

    Two more non-traditional blooms and both are beautiful.

  12. Happyone Says:

    Regular yellow daffodils are beautiful but these special ones are just amazing!!

  13. Fishing Guy Says:

    George: These are wonderful. I have one bloom that refuses to open in this freezing weather.

  14. Loren Says:

    I Love the orange is this flower!!! I was just @ Betsy’s blog and saw all of your Gorgeous flowers! You are an amazing Gardener George! It is just Beautiful !
    We had some really warm days and then today we got a cold snap….welcome Spring 🙂

  15. Neal Says:

    Both are really beautiful. You guys are very talented with yard work.

  16. Carletta Says:

    I saw your flower beds on Betsy’s blog – your gorgeous flower beds by the way!
    It’s nice to see these close up. Hubby brought a few inside for me this afternoon. He says we have lots more to bloom. 🙂

  17. sartenada Says:

    How beautiful Daffodils! I love the second photo, because I have never seenChromacolor Daffodil and in addition the photo is great.

  18. Linda G. Says:

    Of these two daffodils my favorite is the Fortissimo Daffodil. I wish Spring would come here!

  19. dayphoto Says:

    Nothing like that here…I will be very happy when it is…Yay for YOU!

    Linda
    http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com

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