Saturday, April 7, 2012

Saturday Snapshots - April 7, 2012


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Daffodils are my favorite Springtime flowers.


They are quite common but aren't they cheery ?

Deer don't like to eat them - another plus.

Happy Passover and Happy Easter
to all who celebrate

33 comments:

  1. I do think daffodils are cheery. We don't have them here and I love to see their shining faces growing in other parts of the country. Have a good weekend, Diane!

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  2. they are indeed very lovely! We finally have ours now too and they always make me smile at their cheeriness.

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  3. Yellow flowers are always cheery, I really like daffodils too.

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  4. Daffodils always make me think of Spring and Easter - such a vibrant yellow! Btw - I love that shot of the cat with bunny ears in your sidebar!

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  5. I love daffodils too. It's so nice to see them after the dark winter months.

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  6. Ooh, daffodils are my favorites, too! And what a perfect accompaniment to the Easter/Passover weekend.

    I like the way you showcased them with the yellow borders.

    Here's MY SATURDAY SNAPSHOT

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  7. Beautiful pictures! We can't grow them but Trader Joe's always has them (from where I have no idea!) so we can still at least get some to put out!

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  8. They are georgeous and wonderfully cheery. Alwasy a welcome sight in spring.

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  9. It's like a sea of yellow! Very lovely. Happy Easter to you.

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  10. I love daffodils - so bright and I did not know that about the deer! Bonus!

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  11. I adore daffodils and irises. Such bright colors and they are a real harbinger of warm weather.

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  12. They are the cheeriest of Spring flowers!

    'Daffy down dilly is come up to town,
    In her yellow petticoat
    And her green gown.'

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  13. Pretty! I never get tired of daffodils, they are such cheerful flowers. Once I see them in my yard I know spring is near.

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  14. I love daffodils, that's a wonderful sign of spring.

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  15. They are lovely! I want more in my yard to enjoy.

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  16. So bright and yellow for the morning! :)

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  17. I love daffodils too because of their vibrant color and their shape. Beautiful pic!

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  18. Daffodils are VERY cheery! And you have so many beautiful ones... I think they're my favorite flowers in part because they ARE common--I get to see them all over my neighborhood!

    I didn't know that about the deer--perhaps they appreciate the cheerfulness too! :)

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  19. That is some mighty fine whiffin!

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  20. I love daffodils, too. A sure sign of spring!

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  21. Daffs always look so good in a big clump. Happy Easter to you too, Diane.

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  22. What a beautiful lot! We're still having sporadic snow, despite the spring temp. and sunshine. Happy Easter to you and yours, Diane!

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  23. What a beautiful lot! We're still having sporadic snow. Have a Happy Easter, you and yours, Diane!

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  24. I love daffodils! They always make me smile.

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  25. They are beautiful and make me smile! Can't go wrong with them!

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  26. They are beautiful and I love daffodils as well. They are one of my favorite flowers. We had a freak snowstorm last week so no flowers here yet. There's still snow on the lawns. Lol. Hope you and your family had a wonderful Easter.

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  27. Oh, these are lovely! We have just a couple of these outside our house that bloom every year with no help from us.

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  28. Lovely! Daffodils are definitely a welcome sight in spring. That fact that deer don't eat them is a huge bonus, although, sometimes the deer around here just take a nibble of things they aren't supposed to eat just to remind themselves that they don't like it. Before you know it the whole plants is gone. :(

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  29. They may be common but nothing quite says spring like daffodils. Mine all died off a couple of years ago (thanks to a late freeze) so I doubled enjoyed yours!

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  30. They are my favorite springtime flower too. So bright and cheerful. They don't stick around nearly long enough though.

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