Monday, March 6, 2017

In a vase on Monday

I actually have enough flowers to have a vase full for this Monday. Cathy over at Rambling in the Garden has this meme every Monday. It is fun to see what is in everyone's vase on Mondays. I haven't had much to show this winter but others sure have.
These daffodils were given to me so I don't know the variety but they are very prolific. I have a very good stand of them. If anyone knows the name of this variety I would sure like to know. They are blooming early this year.  The reason why they look so short is that I only cut the ones that the wind blew over. The wind is probably going to take care of the rest of them tonight as a severe storm is forecast for the area. 
Do you have any blooms for a vase today? Some people have all sorts of beautiful greens and things for their vases. Why not join in and show what you have in your vase now.


12 comments:

  1. Lisa, the daffodils are such fresh clean colors, just perfect for early spring. We had such hot weather in NC during February most of my daffodils have run their course already. Of course it there were freezes during the weekend.

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  2. very nice daffs. The variety could be Goblet or Holland Sensation.

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  3. The two different shades of yellow make a nice contrast - but with so many varieties available it would be hard to put a name to them ;) Thanks for sharing

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  4. Very nice - so exciting to know that spring is on the way.

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  5. No blooms but rain and high winds forecast for today and tomorrow. That will push the snowdrops up — and possibly knock them over! I like that white and yellow combo since I am a white daff girl.

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  6. These are lovely! From the look and your describing them as prolific, I would guess that they are N. 'Ice Follies.' I have them all over my yard and they are reliable producers.

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  7. Those daffodils are so nice and bright and colorful and happy. :)

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  8. They're so pretty! I like the birds you selected to accompany them too.

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  9. Oh so lovely to see the artistic display of daffodils ~ Spring coming ~ thanks,

    Wishing you a peaceful week ~ ^_^

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  10. Daffodils always make me smile. The earliest ones are just starting to bloom here. I hope you are all OK after the storm.

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  11. Those daffodils are lovely. I don't recognize the variety but I like the two-tone look.

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  12. I'm still waiting to see the first daffodil bloom here. With the return of winter, it might be awhile.

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