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Very pretty! They are so bright and cheerful :)
They're just what I need at the end of March when the temperature has just gone from the mid-60s to the 30s! I'd be very happy to see March go out like a lamb since it's certainly been a lion for many of us.
They've done so much better than mine which were completely closed when I bought them and only lasted a few days after they opened before drying up, but the stems were slimy! I spy Lawrence.
I bought some to put in the guest room for company that's coming Friday night. I'm hoping they'll last at least until then. It's so disappointing when bought flowers die so quickly.Yes, that's baby Lawrence in the front photo on the table. He's much, much bigger now. You can see him last fall in an earlier post. Our late, lamented first cow, Rhonda, is in the photo toward the rear of the table.
Heavy frost this morning was so disappointing! Your daffodils are inspiring, maybe I should go buy some!
I don't know what it's doing in your neck of the woods today, but it's snowing lightly in Philadelphia. I may have to run out to buy MORE flowers!
Beautiful! Thank you.
You're welcome. I think most of us are crazy for spring to arrive!