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Saturday, December 11, 2010

Daffodil

When I gave birth to our first born, my niece-in-law Jen gave me  a daffodil plant.  I planted it at the side of my FIL's house, we were still living in his house back then.  I have seen it bloom this year.

29 comments:

  1. So pretty Narcissus! My hubbz loves those kind of flowers and I planted it for him. That was sweet of your SIL, Rose.

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  2. very pretty ng mga flowers..eto pala ang daffodils? my orhids are in full bloom din kasi rainy season dito sa Pinas.

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  3. I love these and I always have problems getting them to bloom. This was such a sweet and very pleasant share for me.

    Thanks Rose and I hope you and the family are having a great weekend!
    Jackie:-)

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  4. I love Narcissus. My dear friend, who was my first "boyfriend" would pick these wild while farming for hsi Daddy and bring me large bunches...and then I had a patient, after I started in the medical field who called me narcissus...She could never remeber my name, or anyone elses, so she names us all flower names. I hope I am not narsistic LOL.

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  5. awww yan pala yong daffodil..hehe sa kanta ko kasi naririnig yon Rose hahaha...ang ganda pala no?

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  6. Rose the Daffodils are beautiful. I love to watch the things I plant bloom. It gives you a great feeling. And yours is so meaningful. God bless You and your Family.

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  7. beautiful shade of yellow...are there any colors?

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  8. Stunning daffodils! I thought they flowered in Springtime.

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  9. GOOD DECISION.
    I LOVE THAT FLOWER
    NICE SUNDAY
    http://graceolsson.com/blog/2010/12/the-faces-of-linda-lindberg/

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  10. What a treat to look back on blooms of warmer days!

    Looks like we're in for some snow tonight. :)

    Carletta's Captures

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  11. That's a beautiful shot of the daffodil. They always make me think of my daughter because when I left for the hospital when she was born it was snowing, but after she was born my husband went home to pick up some things and brought back daffodils which had bloomed through the snow.

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  12. Wow, pretty daffodils. Love the colour.

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  13. Plants with a special memory or meaning for us always give us the greatest pleasure when they bloom.
    Narcissus bulbs like to be pretty deep in the soil for best results. The rule of thumb in bulb planting is 5 times the depth of the size of the bulb. There are few exceptions.

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  14. Those daffodils are very beautiful indeed. I hope you can also plant them in your own back yard so you can have the same beautiful flowers within your home yard. Thanks for the post. God bless you all always.

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  15. it's sooo lovely :)

    Thanks for dropping by, Rose

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  16. ganda ng pagkaka blend ng color ah.. eto na yung tanim mo?

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  17. Penge ng bulb bading paramihin natin heheheh

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  18. daffodils are beautiful when they start flowering in early Spring

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  19. Lovely narcissus/daffodil! Lucky you!

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  20. that is too pretty sis....para syang plastic...I love daffodils....:)

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  21. They are very beautiful . . . and how special that it was a gift for the birth of your child!

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  22. I love daffodils. I hope they are fragrant for you. It's a bit easier to see if they are in sharper focus, but the colors are so pretty anyway.

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