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Tuesday, February 28, 2012


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Beth Friend

They look beautiful.

Kathleen Rice

I miss my daffy's. Moved from NY to AZ. Boo hoo!!!!

Kathleen Rice

Sure would like to win that Aurifill thread! Have not tried it yet. Nice blog Pat!


I saw some tulips and crocus popping up around the neighbourhood last week. Sadly, we're back in deep freeze, so they'll probably not survive. We've had snow too and more on the way, tho nothing like they're getting in other parts of the US.

Diana Nelson

Thanks for the tutorial on poosting. I received some daffodils from a friend who was also surprised at hers blooming. So pretty and really cheered me up.

Jane Bitz

Not even a sign of daffodils here near Spokane Washington. Low of 17 last night and 1 to 2 inches of snow predicted for tonight with an additional 1 to 2 inches tomorrow (more in the mountains). I love daffodils, but will see Lenten Roses and Crocuses first here, but this year, I'm not sure when . . . good thing I'm a skier.

Betsy Albertson

Mine are popping up here in Arkansas too! I see the makings of another Pat Sloan pattern here, "Daffadils in February". :)

Debby, Chester NY

OMgoodness. We are suppose to get snow here in NY tomorrow. But I'll believe it when I see it. My daffs are up about 6 inches. Don't know what will happen if they get snowed on now.

Chester, NY

Lee Ann (RedHen)

Is mother nature trying to tell us something?????


Yep, it is called global warming. They are starting to emerge here too.

Kathy Biggs

Ours are in full bloom, too, and have been for almost a month. We have some that are a double white/very very pale yellow that are later bloomers, but they are through the ground and up about 3 inches. Way early for those. I love daffodils. They are such a happy flower, and the fragrance is divine.

Lee Ann L.

Bluebonnets are blooming down here in South Texas. Early for them! It's the crazy weather!

Karen Lieberman

I have them in my front yard here in Nashville too!

carole sullivan

they are my favorite flower but are never around long enough for me!!! I cant even grow them here :-(


My daffodils began blooming at Thanksgiving and are STILL blooming! Talk about a long 'spring'. :)
They usually bloom late February to mid-March.

Cindy Dickinson

I just love the daffs!

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