Today’s Flowers #9

O fateful flower beside the rill,
The Daffodil, the daffodil!

— Jean Ingelow —

Back to spring we go with White Cheerfulness double daffodils for Today’s Flowers…because my camellia buds aren’t ready to open yet. Oh, the anticipation!

~ by Piedmont Perspective on 5 October 2008.

18 Responses to “Today’s Flowers #9”

  1. Camelia’s are a gorgeous flower and this is a great photo. Thank you for sharing.

  2. Excellent! True beauty!
    Cheers, Klaus

  3. For a minute you had me all confused but I think I figured it out. Camelias bloom in winter or really early spring. The picture of the daffodils is from last spring. Right?! LOL.

  4. The daffodils look so cheerful. This is a very pretty picture!

  5. Its nice to see some beautiful daffodils here, it will be a long time before we see them growing here again…

  6. With fall almost in full array it is nice to remember the birth of spring!

  7. Beautiful flower picture. I love your fall header picture. So pretty.

  8. So pretty! I haven’t seen daffodils in a while.

  9. Cheerful flowers for a great week ahead. thank you.

  10. Back to spring !

  11. I love daffodils and especially this one!

  12. Camelias make me think of La Dame aux camélias. This white variety is superb.

  13. I have heard of these all my life but really never saw one up close. Thank you for the gift!

  14. Great to see a spring flower as we approach winter! Thank you.

  15. It looks pure and beautiful. Spring…

  16. Colors are wonderful, but white flower is always lovely!
    Thanks for posting in TODAY’S FLOWERS!
    Your support is very important to us!

    Luiz & Denise – From TF team.

  17. PP: It almost looks like there are two blooms on one stem. It is a wonderful flower. sorry I got around late.

  18. With all the daffodils I have seen in my life, this is the first time I have seen a double! For me, it has a hint of an azalea about it! So beautiful!

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