Tips, tricks, and tools for gardening in a forest community
19Feb / 2016
Photo by Woodland Gnome 2016
Posted in Cut Flowers, daffodills, Floral Arrangement, Flower Gardening, Gardening in Williamsburg, Hellebore, Perennials, Spring garden
Tags: daffodils, Forest Garden, Gardening in Williamsburg, In A Vase, Spring garden
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The daffs are beginning to sprout – too bad the flowers last only a week or so.
Always fun to watch them come on, when there is little else going on this time of year. We have a variety, which bloom from late February through late April or early May. By the time they finish, the garden has leafed out and there are lots of other things in bloom. But oh, what a lovely sight while they last! Thank you for visiting, Carl, WG
Tulps too but mine were the only ones on the block not to flower.
very sorry to hear that, Carl. I hope they will do better next year! Tulips always make me smile 😉
What a nice spring display… yes, your friend is a talented gnome home builder!
She is an amazing artist, and a beloved friend….. Thank you for visiting ❤
How wonderful for you – it’s like giving birth! 🙂
sorry, Eliza…. not nearly so painful as that!
Well, it may be for the daffodil pushing up out of the ground – looks like labor to me! ;-D
The early birds get lots of attention, even the less showy ones.
That is one of the special secrets of life, isn’t it? Goes along with “75% of success is simply in showing up….” Have a great weekend, Rickii. Hope there is a break in the “Oregon sunshine” long enough for you to get out and enjoy it ❤ ❤ ❤
Fun little gnome woods in the background 😉🌟
Our friend is an artist in miniatures. She made those for us when we worked on fairy gardens together a few years ago. She made the little rabbit, too. She has such talent!
That sounds like was a magically fun project ❤
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