Spring has been in the air for a few weeks now and it’s even Spring by the calendar, but still I’m waiting for my tulips and daffodils. I only planted them last autumn, so I’m clearly expecting too much, but I’m not good at being patient, especially when there are buds tantalizingly close to popping open.
Thalia Daffodil. Similar to paperwhites, Narcissus papyraceus. Purportedly good for Southern regions.
Unknown tulip. I should have saved the tag that came with the bulbs, because now I have no know of finding out what cultivar they are. I think they are pink and white of some kind.
After the spring storm stopped and the sun came out, the first daffodil opened.
They even look beautiful from the back when I go down the front steps to get the mail.
I was hoping to post some photos on Friday, but my camera ran out of batteries as I was taking pictures. I kept putting in batteries that I thought were charged, but were empty, so I scared myself into thinking the camera was broken. Thank god it was just the batteries! I’m so glad it’s working again!