Sunday, February 7, 2010

Almost Ready

I took a few pictures of the upcoming daffodils at our camp. The camp is actually The Hunter's great-grandmothers house. It is only 12 acres. There is an old house on the property, and that is where all the daffodils are. There are 5 or 6 different types. This is where I got all of my daffodils last year, I dug up several bag fulls. There are large clusters of daffodils everywhere. They have naturalized and are growing in the sun and shade.
Most of them had buds on them already. These pictures are a week or so old, they have probably bloomed by now.
Last year when I dug the clumps up, they were extremely deep. Some of the clumps were close to 2 feet deep!
I have been keeping a close watch on my daffodils, and I hope they will be blooming soon!

12 comments:

Susie said...

I hope you have many blooms with yours. How pretty it would be to see all those in bloom at the same time.

Nezzy said...

Oh baby, your gonna have some flowers there soon and very soon. I'm sittin' under a blanket of snow with more snow fallin' outside my window. Someday my day will come and we shall call it Spring!!!

Ya'll have a greatly blessed day from the snowy hills and hollers of the Ozarks!!!

Becca's Dirt said...

I can't wait to see your daffs blooming.

Hocking Hills Gardener said...

Oh, good some spring blooms. It is probably good you dug up some to take to your house. They probably needed thinned a little.Just look at those buds already. I have some too girl but they are under a foot of snow. LOL! I really like this back ground with the bees DP.

Catherine@AGardenerinProgress said...

I was wondering how you got so many daffodils from the camp. I remember when you dug them up. Our aren't that far behind yours this year.

Green Iris said...

Look at those buds!!! Mine are coming up but so far no bud sightings. I can't wait to see the blossoms on these big boys.

Darla said...

You need to scoop some of those up and send them to me. I can't wait for mine to bloom, they are showing signs of buds finally!

RainGardener said...

How nice that you can go out and dig those from Grandma's. They always brighten a place up since they are among the first flowers of spring!

Peggy said...

I love the sight of the first daffodills, I hope you have a great show when they all bloom.

Kim and Victoria said...

I need to check on ours. I just love daffodils!

My Mother's Garden said...

All of those daffodils must look so beautiful when they're in full bloom. Lucky you to have been able to get some heirloom bulbs for your own garden.

Dirt Princess said...

My daffodils finally have buds on them! I am so excited! I can't wait to see some blooms!

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