Slowly but Surely

I know....they're so "ordinary".  
But I can't get over the thrill of spring emerging.  
Slowly but surely.

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  1. Any blooms are better than no blooms. Sometimes ordinary is the best.
    Cher Sunray Gardens

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    1. It's nice to be understood, Cher :)

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  2. Ordinary is always welcome in my gardens! I love it when the daffy and other fun bulbs show their sweet yellow faces in spring. I cannot get enough of them and only wish they would hang around for a longer period of time. Happy Spring!

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  3. I agree with the others. I love the daffodils. They are a sure promise that Spring is coming..

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  4. Rebecca, Get over to In the Garden! YOU ARE A WINNER!!!!

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  5. I just looked at an older Martha Stewart magazine that had an article on daffodils. I found the name of the ones that I have, then promptly forgot their name.
    Ours grow and bloom in late January, so they are really winter flowers for us down here.

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