Spring is busting out all over






One of my favorite things to see in the spring is all the wild, and not so wild, daffodils as they start popping up. Here in East Texas they grow wild along the roadways, but they are also popular flowers for home landscaping. They come up before the grass starts to grow so they can be planted throughout an entire yard.

My neighbors, about a mile down the road, have a gorgeous display of daffodils surrounding their house. Some yellow and some with pale outer petals and deep orange centers. They also have a huge old oak tree with daffodils planted around the base. Every day when I drive by I think I should take pictures, so the last time I passed and had my camera with me, I stopped.

I took a few shots and then one of their cats decided to come over and say “howdy.” She seemed to enjoy weaving her way through the rows of flowers and liked having her picture taken.

What are the first signs of spring you see where you live?

7 thoughts on “Spring is busting out all over”

  1. Carole, I am really looking forward to the bluebonnets. The same neighbors who have the daffodils also have a huge swath of bluebonnets on their property. I need to get a picture of that.

    The neighbor is a master gardener, so I am always delighted to see what is blooming when I drive by. Makes me slow down and smile, which is a very good thing.

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