Saturday, February 02, 2008

Wee Daffodils With No Name

I love wee daffodils in early spring... the trouble is, they've all lost their wee labels, so I can't tell you their names.
picture taken last March

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Those are very pretty - only one more month until they come up again!
If the 2d photo is of dwarfs, then that's probably 'February Silver,' which never blooms as early as February.
Moe... Yah, I can hardly wait!

MMD... You're probably right; I know i had Feb. Silver at one time, and these bulbs came from an earlier garden without a label.

An' sure 'n begorrah, 'tis a wee bit o' beauty tha gives a wee bit o' pleasure! (or more!) And if we wait a wee bit longer, we'll see a wee bit o' Spring soon.
(Just a wee bit of humour, don't cha know?) :-)
Shady... I've always envied the Brits and the Irish, who can use the word "wee" with a straight face.
Me, too! (Don't know if you caught the bit of "Norwegian" at the very end... ha.)
I envy multilingual folks :o)

One small unnamed daffodil opened today down here - maybe it takes zone 8 to make February Gold-types actually open in February?

Stay warm y'all,

Annie at the Transplantable Rose
It would take an act of God to get one to bloom in Iowa in February; a foot of snow tonight, and 11 below Sunday night :o(
Eleven below? You guys are having an old-fashioned, real winter. When I gardened in IL we always hoped that there'd be snow before the temperatures went below zero... at least there's a blanket on the garden before the cold hits that way.
You'll need some Norwegian Hotdish.

I see some of your material on a site that has stolen my content and are using it to sell advertising, even linking from the title in the text to an ad! I have just sent them a cease and desist and will take further action if they do not remove my copyrighted work.

If they have your permission to post your work, please ignore this as it will not apply to you. However, you might want to have a look in case it is stolen like mine. Please email me for the address as I will not publicize it for them. lexienergies at hotmail dot com

They used the rss feed for mine and then stripped out the links to my site. I am having to use search to find the sources of the other articles like yours as there are no links, so I suspect all have been stolen like mine.

If your content is stolen Lorelle at Wordpress has a great article about how to handle it.

Good luck!

PS You certainly do not have to publish this comment, I just cannot find an email for you.
lexi sundell... thanks for the heads-up. I guess I'm too easy, but I always figure when I put something on the 'net, it's just public domain (plus I guess I figure if somebody is so hard up for content, they have to steal MY stuff, I feel kind of sorry for them... kind of like when I usually give a buck to the thirty year old homeless guy downtown here, who holds up a sign saying he's a homeless Vietnam vet... I know I'm being taken, but I still feel sorry for them).

(:o) don
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