Tuesday, February 15, 2011

"Merry my masters, it's daffodil time"

“It is daffodil time, so the robins all cry,
 For the sun's a big daffodil up in the sky, 
And when down the midnight the owl call "to-whoo"! 
Why, then the round moon is a daffodil too; 
Now sheer to the bough-tops the sap starts to climb, 
So, merry my masters, it's daffodil time.” 


The first daffodils always bring such cheer and hope!

For more blooms please visit Garden Bloggers Bloom Day at May Dreams Gardens.  And be sure to check her February 10th post for the origin of Bloom Day!

9 comments:

PlantPostings said...

Oh joy! I'm sure mine are about to poke through under the snow, too. When the snow melts later this week, I will check. Happy GBBD!

Karin / Southern Meadows said...

Lovely! My daffodils are not as far along as yours. I am just now seeing green out of the ground. Hopefully it won't be long we are having gorgeous weather this week.

Rosey said...

I still have to wait a few months. It is almost like I get to experience spring longer by seeing other people's stuff pop up first. Enjoy!

The Whimsical Gardener said...

Yeah!! Spring is close by!

Southern Lady said...

Oh Ginny, your daffodils are ahead of mine. I can't wait! Thanks for showing me what I have to look forward to in the coming days. Carla

Curbstone Valley Farm said...

So pretty, and yours aren't squished flat like mine. Our rain has been very unkind to our daffodils this week!

Sunray said...

So nice to see these first signs.

Cher
Goldenray Yorkies

Alistair said...

Hello Ginny,great to see your Daffs so early in the season. Our early ones are just starting to pop through the ground now.

Amy said...

They are a welcomed site. Yours are lovely!