Yesterday I was out in the near 60° sun transplanting a rose before it completely comes out of dormancy. And low and behold I saw my first Spring bloom! It is a miniature daffodil, narcissus ‘Tête à Tête’, and it wins the first place award for putting out the first beautiful bloom in the garden!
I’ve been envious over the last couple of weeks looking at some of my fellow garden bloggers pretty pictures of snowdrops and crocuses. I don’t have any of those in my garden and I was wishing that I had some really early bloomers. As luck would have it, I do!
This small bit of color brightens an area around a tree in the front of my house and I can hardly wait for more ‘Tête à Tête’ to cross the finish line…via that beautiful bloom!
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Wow! what a brave little feller!!! I hope it survives the wild Spring in Idaho! My cactus are getting ready to bloom right now too!!! PEACE
Oh I want to see my daffs and usually have to wait until April..with the warm temps coming I hope it may even be next week…
Beautiful and screams ‘Spring’!!!! My miniature daffs are blooming right now. They are so tough, even snow can not stop them!
No little bloomers here yet. Lucky you got one early. We usually have the snowdrops and crocus by now, but not this year.
They are such lovely flowers. So cheerful!