Saturday, March 20, 2010


Welcome Spring
Spring officially begins today! In northern Oklahoma our daffodils our blooming and the temperature has been in the seventies. The funny thing is that they are predicting 5-8 inches of snow for today. Hopefully the ground will be warm enough for the snow not to stick.

Daffodils are very easy to grow and come in a variety of colors, sizes and shapes. The bulbs can be planted in shade or sun. In Oklahoma we don't have to dig up the bulbs after they bloom. We wait until the foliage starts to turn yellow and mow them down. The great thing about daffodils is that they multiply and can be divided.Posted by Picasa

Daffodils make a colorful and springy arrangement but, they are not long lasting.


  1. Hi, I popped over from Faithfulness Farm.

    My daffodils are up also. It seems as though they only last for a couple of days. Then my tulips come. CAn't figure out what I am doing wrong?

    Nice blog
    will be back