Sunday, April 20, 2008

Miniature daffodill

Last year this early miniature Narcissus named ‘Tete a Tete’ -- only six inches (15 centimetres) high – was a forced bulb in a container. I babied it till early May then planted it in one of my gardens. It has already multiplied -- and since it blooms earlier than any other daffodils in my yard -- it’s definitely a keeper!

8 comments:

Ken said...

Very pretty. One of my favourite flowers.

Ex-Shammickite said...

Lovely picture of my very favourite spring flowers. My daffs haven't bloomed yet, but soon.... the buds are almost ready!

dot said...

Very pretty! Ours have come and gone so now I can enjoy yours.

Kris McCracken said...

Lovely image. I like daffodils, so I am biased. Very different to my image today, it's definitely Autumn down here now!

Old Wom Tigley said...

I have heard of these, I'm no gardener so I don't know how.. maybe one of the garden programs on TV that Jane likes.. she makes me me watch the odd one..

Kim said...

Doesn't all that babying make it worth every minute of trouble to see it bloom and grow into something so gorgeous!

Small City Scenes said...

My computer has been down for awhile--but I am back.
I love the mini-daffs and the Scilla too. great pics. MB

quintarantino said...

Lovely and beautiful daffodil!

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