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Daffodils: Who Doesn’t Love Them?

Posted by on May 4, 2014 in flowers, spring, Unmowed Blog | 0 comments

Daffodils: Who Doesn’t Love Them?

Daffodils are my kind of flower. Easy to plant. Stick a bulb in the ground in fall, thirty seconds and you’re done. Spring comes, and the green spears magically appear, shoving through the dead grass and remnants of dirty melted snow, spearing dead leaves. And then, those bright yellow bursts of live-saving color in the drabness of early spring. They spread, all on their own–naturalize, it’s called–creeping throughout the grass. They don’t need all that weeding, fussing, and dividing and fertilizing and all the stuff that most perennials need. And the best thing...

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