Spring Is Busting Out All Over

Wild Carnival Daffodil, Fairfield Glade, Tennessee. February 24, 2012.

(Note:  All pictures may be enlarged by clicking on them once or twice.)

Spring is busting out all over here in the Glade, including in our own yard.  We have many daffodils in bloom in our yard, and now even the tulips are blooming.  The daffodil above, Wild Carnival, was new last year.  We both like the orange trumpet with the yellow petals.

Spellbinder Daffodil, Fairfield Glade, Tennessee. March 13, 2012.

We’ve had Spellbinder for several years.  The trumpet is quite large and gets lighter as the blossom ages.

Fortissimo Daffodil, Fairfield Glade, Tennessee. March 11, 2012.

Fortissimo is another daffodil that we’ve had for quite some time.  The trumpet is absolutely spectacular.

Dinner Plate is a new daffodil for us this year.It has a big, bright, beautiful blossom which we are really enjoying.

I don’t think any of these pictures do justice to these beautiful blossoms.  I think you’ll just have to stop by and see them for yourself.

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19 Responses to “Spring Is Busting Out All Over”

  1. laveta segura Says:

    What a beautiful variety of daffodils! Love all those different colors on the trumpets.

  2. Ms. A Says:

    I’m on my way!

  3. diane Says:

    Just magic, George. That last one is sure different. I like the one with the orange trumpet best.

  4. Rajesh Says:

    Very lovely daffodils

  5. MadSnapper Says:

    i love the spellbinder and the dinner plate. wow on the dinner plate, never seen one even remotely like that one. and the bokeh on the spellbinder is fantastic.

  6. Judy Says:

    George, I am simply amazed that you can remember variety names like that!! But daffs are beautiful flowers!! I am waiting for mine to bloom!!

  7. Ruth Hiebert Says:

    Believe me,if I lived closer,I would be heading to your house to enjoy all those flowers in person.Sadly,I will have to be satisfied to see them on the blog.

  8. NCMountainwoman Says:

    I’ve never seen a dinnerplate daffodil but it surely is gorgeous.

  9. alskamom Says:

    Gorgeous daffodils George!! With all the snow we’ve received here this winter, it may be well into June before we see any flowers here. 😉
    Have a wonderful day!

  10. busy bee suz Says:

    I wish I could come by in person to see them!!! Gorgeous.

  11. Gardener On Sherlock Street Says:

    The daffodils are going to town here too. Spring is certainly in the making!!!

  12. Rose Says:

    Oh, those are so beautiful…my few little ones are all a-bloom now, too…

  13. Maple Lane Says:

    Lovely to see these unique beauties, George!

  14. Carletta Says:

    All are so lovely George and I know it’s due to your hard work.
    My favorite is the Fortissimo – very showy!

  15. ladyfi Says:

    Oh, how lovely to see daffodils! Spring isn’t quite here yet…

  16. Ginny Says:

    Gorgeous! We have the Wild Carnival all over the neighborhood, but i never knew the name before.

  17. Sartenada Says:

    So nice, so beautiful. To me appealed especially Fortissimo Daffodil.

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