Shenandoah’s Easter Daffodils

We are not in the floor of the valley, so our elevation keeps our temps a little cooler, and I believe that’s why our daffs are blooming a little later than those in town. I haven’t learned enough about them yet to know their bloom times, but it looks like the previous owner took some time to plan out succession planting. While some have just peaked (the white ruffled), others are just getting started (the small white with orange-tipped yellow centers).

I can’t identify any of these. If you can, please let me know!

I’m not the only one who enjoys looking at the daffodils. Our “border collie mutt” walks with me each morning .

*** This personal blog is comprised solely of the opinions, views, projects, and travels of its author, Stacey Morgan Smith. She is lucky enough to have loving family and friends whom she drags along with her on her adventures and whom she puts to work on her little farm. She uses this blog to help promote living in the mountains of the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia, from Roanoke to the Potomac River.**

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