Spring Has Sprung

2015 -- FFG Spring Flowers (March Daffodils)

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In the last few days we’ve had beautiful weather and Spring bulbs have burst into bloom.  We have several varieties of daffodils in our flower beds, and these have all brightened our days this week.

Unfortunately, we’re predicted to have two nights of below-freezing temperatures Friday and Saturday.  We can only hope we have some of these blossoms around on Sunday morning.

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16 Responses to “Spring Has Sprung”

  1. ladyfi Says:

    Lucky you – enjoy!

  2. Larry Says:

    I hope they survive the cold for you.

  3. sylviakirk Says:

    I am keeping my fingers crossed that these beautiful flowers will survive another cold spell!! I had hoped you were past the bad weather you’ve had this year! And it is amazing that we’ve had one of the warmest winters??? Well, regardless of the weather, I hope you have a wonderful weekend, George!!

  4. fishing guy Says:

    You are so far ahead of us George.

  5. Betsy Adams Says:

    Ahhh—love all of the different colors/types/sizes of Daffodils we have in our yard… SO pretty… I too hope and pray that the cold weekend won’t ‘harm’ anything…
    Love,
    Wifey

  6. dayphoto Says:

    It froze here last night and will again tonight. Your flowers are lovely!

    Linda
    http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com
    https://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com/sherlock-boomer

  7. Ginny Hartzler Says:

    Wow, you are blooming! I have seen a few around town this week. Let’s hope everything survived the winter. Even if some have not, you have so many beautiful flowers to make up for it.

  8. Ruth Hiebert Says:

    These are lovely and true spring flowers. I do hope the temperatures will not get as cold as predicted for your area.

  9. Ms. A Says:

    Until bloggers like you, I had no idea there were so many varieties! Good luck with your expected cold weather!

  10. Carletta Says:

    Crossing my fingers for you and me both. It has been lovely here. I have daffodils in bud so I’m hoping they will hold off a couple more days. We have a chance of snow flurries tomorrow night. I’m just hoping our ground will stay warm enough so no harm comes to them. I know this is just the start of your sharing your lovely yard. Looking forward to the next round of blooms!

  11. Linda, Shenandoah Valley Says:

    Hooray for spring! We had those freezing temperatures yesterday. I went to a Civil War seminar followed by a walking tour and cut out of the tour before the end because I was freezing! I’ve done the tour before so I didn’t miss much.

  12. MaryBeth Schwartz Says:

    Spring has sprung for sure. Love all the different colors of daffs.
    Hope Spring sticks around for awhile–LOL!
    MB

  13. Gardener on Sherlock Street Says:

    Love the dafodills!

  14. small kucing Says:

    I love dafodills. It reminds me of the song “All kinds of Everything” …here the Youtube link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vpKypJkzrkI. I recall we learn that song when we were in primary school

  15. Sartenada Says:

    Beautiful. I started to wait for real spring and summer. Our Lake Saimaa is still ice covered.

  16. Rose Says:

    Ours have just started to bloom…just in the past two or three days, but I have seen others earlier at other places. I hope some survived for you guys!

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