Random Pop Up | Daffodil | New York
Daffodils are good early spring flowers.
Often one of the earliest perennial flowers to emerge and bloom.
I don’t usually plant Daffodils.
At our house we have come by them in a fun and unexpected way.
Daffodil bulbs have apparently been dug up and replanted over time by various animals.
So it has been fun to discover where these Daffodils should happen to pop up.
I think that is one of the coolest features of the Daffodil. Able to survive being dug up and replanted in random locations.
They have been replanted in assorted locations in our yard. From edges of flower gardens to in the midst of shrubs and trees in a wild area of our yard.
Tough hardy survivors these flowers are.
This photo is of one of the few instances of intentionally placed Daffodils in our yard. Planted in a pot on our porch.
Photo details: Nikon D300S. Nikon 60mm f/2.8. Focal length 60mm. ISO 400. 1/500 sec. f/3.
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