is such a welcome one at this time of year. It seems that there is some unwritten understanding that they should be grown on allotments as when I look round I can see them on most of the other plots in various sized groups ranging from just a couple to quite large numbers.
I have a handful of main groups all of which are what I call proper yellow daffodils, which are the ones that I like.
There is one other group that has an assortment of varieties including some dwarf bi-colours and a couple of the unusual looking Rip van Winkle.
The only downside is that the taller varieties do tend to get blown over in the wind where they’re not sheltered. However they are a deservedly popular flower and, of course, we all know William Wordsworth’s familiar poem Daffodils.
Have a good weekend!