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Sunday, March 01, 2015

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Margaret Lambert

Probably the very best shade of yellow to be found anywhere.

Lorrie

Such a welcome sight! Ours are up but not yet flowering.

Diana Birchall

Wow - next time I unthinkingly walk past a row of daffodils, I will think about the work that went into them. As a city dweller I don't really think; flowers just appear. :-)

Gracie

They are beautiful!

Sheila

How lovely. We have to wait a little longer. The snow has to melt first.

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