One of the nice things about walking onto the allotment site at this time of year is looking round to see lots of daffodils. There are single ones, small groups and larger drifts, all of which provide plenty of welcome colour against a background of mostly bare earth.
I have six small groups on the plot, one of which is mostly small mini ones – see new header picture. The others are what I call proper, traditional ones which this year seem to have shorter stems than usual although the flowers are still a good size.
Yellow is one of my favourite flower colours so it’s not surprising that I like daffodils as I do, although I’m not too keen on some colours, such as pink, or the frilly varieties.
I’m sure that we’ll be seeing plenty of blog posts and photos about these cheerful flowers, and last weekend Elaine did this interesting one Through Drifts of Wild Daffodils.
Have a good weekend!