Before I left Wellington on Wednesday (local time), I took these pictures of the daffodils filling up our little space with their little golden faces. As I will be somewhere over the Pacific between time zones next week, I won’t be here, but hope to catch up with everyone’s posts at least. In the meantime, trying to do this post on an iPad…Anyway, it is time for Six on Saturday when The Propagator encourages us to share what is going on in our gardens in all parts of the world. Check out the participant guide if you want to join in.
The Daffodil Rip van Winkle has flowered after an appropriate dormant year. It is quite a lovely bloom.
Elsewhere, some white flowers, and one peach centred one and one that has turned yellow. These have been in the pot for a few years, so maybe one is reverting?
Some jet fire and some pretty double headed blooms.
That’s all from me folks for this week. As usual, I am looking forward to seeing everyone’s beautiful gardens in other parts of the world. Hope you are all well and enjoying your gardens in whatever the season is with you.
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