Blog Posts - Daffodils



Daffodils Gifts at Giftex 2016

Daffodils has been in corporate gifting, brand memorabilia and souvenirs manufacturing & trading since last 30 years. We take great pride in our quality and on time delivery of only quality gifting. Our quality products are also retailed at premi...
by Official Giftex Blog on Jul 19, 2016

Empty words are the enemies of hope

This one’s a no-brainer, right? “Hope,” I mean as the Daily Prompt, and this blog, called Finding Hope Ness. How many times have I said I’m “surrounded by hope,” as in Hope Bay, the Hope Bay Nature Reserve, Hope Bay Forest, and Hope Ness...
by Finding Hope Ness on May 4, 2016

First Blooms: GBBD, April 2016

Last year, someone posted a list from comedian Jeff Foxworthy of “how you know you’re in New England.” One of my favorite items on the list was “You have all four seasons: almost winter, winter, still winter, and road construction.” Althoug...
by Jean's Garden on Apr 16, 2016

An early spring garden tour

Even with temperatures dipping into the 40’s here in Central New Jersey and wind gusts of up to 40 mph, I still managed to spend a good deal of time in the great outdoors garden on Sunday. There was still dead perennial foliage to be removed,...

The early signs of Spring

The announcement by the met department that there would be no rains in February this year in and around Islamabad, the sun has started to get warmer with daytime temperatures rising to 20 degrees celsius.Gazania - the African Daisy bloomingThis unusu...
by Jaho Jalal on Feb 6, 2016

Mourning Dove and Daffodils

Every gardener knows that under the cloak of winter lies a miracle ... a seed waiting to sprout, a bulb opening to the light, a bud straining to unfurl. And the anticipation nurtures our dream."- Barbara Winkler...
by A Little Piece of Me on Feb 2, 2016

Fall Gardening: It’s Bulb Planting Time!

It’s our very first Fall in the new house, and I’m DYING over the color of this Japanese Maple in my front flower bed right now. Even though our Alabama weather has been so warm that all the trees turned from green to brown within a few days,...
by Unskinny Boppy on Dec 8, 2015

Daffodils by William Wordsworth

I wandered lonely as a cloud That floats on high o’er vales and hills, When all at once I saw a crowd, A host, of golden daffodils;Beside the lake, beneath the trees, Fluttering and dancing in the breeze.Continuous as the stars that shine And twink...
by Dr Secure Web on Nov 28, 2015

Back Yard Daffodils

It has been such a treat to be out takingphotographs after being holed up in the house through the long,bitterly cold winter here in Connecticut. These daffodils are in my back yard. I love the intense orange ruffled center with yellow around the cen...
by Porch Days on May 20, 2015

The Iconic Iris

This Mikasa pattern, Garden Gallery, is one I use often in the springtime.  While the pattern is busy, the edges have a simple border, and that makes it good for combining with other patterns, or stacking, as I have here.When our local Trader Jo...
by A Toile Tale on May 1, 2015

Hello, Sunshine

Yesterday, I took a bike ride with my son.  I made him stop when we got to this saturated stretch of daffodils. It's amazing what a little pop of yellow can do to an otherwise bleak landscape. It brings it to life. Makes you stop and smile and take...
by Pretty Pink Tulips on Apr 20, 2015

Travel: The Japanese Hitachi Seaside Park- A Must See!

There are many beautiful reasons to travel the globe, and The Hitachi Seaside Park is up on the list. Located just two hours outside of Tokyo in Hitachinaka, Ibaraki, Japan, the public park is currently in full bloom. Flowers blossom year round, &#...
by Fun Flower Facts on Apr 13, 2015

New Growth!

It’s no joke! I have new growth showing in my garden. Although there are still some large snow piles in parts of the garden, like the north-facing deck border. Other parts, like the south-facing blue and yellow border just across the walkway, have...
by Jean's Garden on Apr 1, 2015

10 Spring Flower Tips

Spring is almost here! The sun is shining and the snow is melting! Fresh cut spring flowers in your home will help usher in the new season and tide you over until the grass is green. “Spring is natures way … Continue reading →...
by Fun Flower Facts on Mar 9, 2015

Yellow daffodils

7 Themes Wallpapers Wide Gallery Hip HD WallsHD WallpapersThe cherry blossom girlLooking at these daffodils flowers.. They are so bright, and beautiful.. They look like candles.. especially within the green-grass field. I want them to...

Chase Away The Winter Blues With Daffodils

Hello, For many of us, it feels as if those beautiful, warm and sunny days will never gethere. When i went to the grocery store, i saw these bright yellow miniature daffodilsthey made me think of spring. I knew they would brighten up my kitchen...
by Kate's Place on Feb 2, 2015

Flower Fun: Narcissus

The classic story about the man named Narcissus who was so self-absorbed that he wasted away staring at his own reflection until he eventually became a flower, the attractive Narcissus is the official flower for the month of December! Another …...
by Fun Flower Facts on Dec 5, 2014

Spiritual vigor and Passion for Life are exploding across the Globe!

Your enthusiasm is startling; Spiritual vigor and Passion for Life are exploding across the Globe. Before we know it you’ll be counting Daffodils along some pristine shore with Jesus in hand; some ask how to please Him, how He feels, or how to know...
by His Truth in Living Words on Aug 25, 2014

Spring has Sprung {FINALLY!}

For those of you who follow ABCDDesigns on instagram, it comes as no surprise that I’ve been traveling the last few weeks. Mid month we packed up the Poodle and drove to Knoxville to visit with friends and family. Later in the week we drove str...
by ABCD Design on Apr 29, 2014

Spring Has Sprung! GBBD, April 2014

After months of below average temperatures and a winter that sometimes seemed like it would never end, spring has sprung in my Gettysburg, Pennsylvania garden. Temperatures shot up into the 70s at the end of last week and stayed there for four days,...
by Jean's Garden on Apr 16, 2014


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