More Daffodils

Breck's Colossal Daffodil, Fairfield Glade, Tennessee. March 6, 2012.

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

All of our daffodils have now bloomed and it makes us feel that Spring is here to stay.  I’ve shared some of our daffodils on two earlier posts (HERE and HERE) and am sharing four more here.

Breck’s Colossal has a large yellow trumpet surrounded by yellow petals.  I had this daffodil in our yard when I lived in Ohio before moving down here, and it was one of the first we planted when we moved here to the Glade.

Dad Adams Daffodils, Fairfield Glade, Tennessee. March 13, 2012.

My Dad gave us these narcissus when we first moved to the Glade.  They’ve spread very nicely in our big rock garden and in a couple of other locations in the yard.  We don’t know the name of these flowers, so we just refer to them as Dad Adams Daffodils.

Mount Hood Daffodil, Fairfield Glade, Tennessee. March 13, 2012.

Mount Hood is another daffodil with large blossoms, but these have white petals and a white trumpet.  This is another daffodil we’ve had for quite some time.

Pink Radiance Daffodil, Fairfield Glade, Tennessee. March 13, 2012.

Pink Radiance Daffodil is a new daffodil for us this year.  It’s a double daffodil and very pretty, although the trumpet looks more orange than pink.

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13 Responses to “More Daffodils”

  1. Ms. A Says:

    Quite a variety of daffodils you’ve got. Lovely!

  2. MadSnapper Says:

    that first one should be named Dazzling Daffodil

  3. Happyone Says:

    I never realized that there were so many different kinds of daffodils. They are all so pretty and a great way to say welcome to spring.

  4. Mary Says:

    Lots of pretty daffodils! You are such a good gardener!

  5. Sylvia Kirkwood Says:

    Such a delightful variety of daffodils, George! I wonderful way to welcome spring! Marvelous captures for the day! Hope your week is going well! Enjoy!

    Sylvia

  6. Ginny Says:

    All so pretty! The Mount Hood one is new to me, I don’t think I have seen any around here. So a Narcissus is a kind of daffodil?

  7. alskamom Says:

    Beautiful daffodils, George. Sadly, we still have a lot more snow that needs to melt before we start seeing flowers here. I can’t wait though… 🙂

  8. rhiebert Says:

    Beautiful as usual.

  9. MB Says:

    Our Daffodils are just beginning to bloom. The fields in the valley are all abloom. The tulips in the valley are late but I will have pics —-whenever!! LOL MB

  10. ladyfi Says:

    That last one is lovely!

  11. busy bee suz Says:

    I adore them all…gorgeous!

  12. Cheryl Says:

    I love the last daffodil! I have never seen such a pretty one. I think Dad Adams Daffodils is the perfect name for the ones he gave to you. I would love to spend a day in your yard!

  13. Sartenada Says:

    How beautiful Daffodils! Well, my favorite is Pink Radiance Daffodil.

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