April 14, 2009

Daffodils and Skunk cabbage competing for attention at my farm

You may remember seeing my blog a year ago about daffodils and skunk cabbage at my farm. It's really refreshing to see anything having vivid color at this time of year, and because there's so much skunk cabbage growing in the wetlands of the farm, I have developed a strong appreciation for it. Plus, it knows to stay right there in its natural habitat. These photos were taken yesterday and I hope you enjoy them.
A couple of our favorite sources for daffodil bulbs:
BrentandBeckysbulbs
Dutchbulbs

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This daffodil border runs along Maple Ave. There are several varieties planted in groupings, and have different blooming times, providing a longer splash of color.