April 8, 2008

Daffodil Flower Blooms

Late last year, during the fall season, we planted few hundreds of daffodils bulbs all over our yard. We got a great deal of daffodil bulbs at a warehouse store, and it was hard to pass up. This spring time is the first blooms of all the new daffodils that we planted last fall. And they been coming out and blooming like crazy since March, and its already April and we still have plenty of daffodil blooms all around. I should say that all the hardwork and dirty work of digging tiny holes, dropping the bulbs and covering them up with soil were all worthwhile because if we didnt exert all the effort that we did, then we probably dont get to see all the colorful blooms that we now enjoy, and for years to come.

The photo provided above is one of the one that I took from our yard. It is the combo white and yellow one. But the most common daffodil that we have in our yard are the solid bright yellow, which is also very pretty and attractive. The great thing about daffodils is that they are easy to grow and care, hardly any maintenace at all, and the deer dont like them, so even if you plant them outside the fence or gate, the deer usually dont eat them. Although, sometimes deer try to take a bite, but they usually ended up spitting them out.
Written By ©JazeVox

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