nature, Photography Northern Daffodil May 18, 2022 Lynette d'Arty-Cross 16 Comments They are finally out after late snow storms and floods! Happy Wednesday. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
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Those are unique daffodils. Something new to me
Yes, for sure. I haven’t seen them anywhere else except the north. I don’t know much about them, but there’s a type of crocus growing here that needs about 4 months of freezing in order to bloom in the spring. I’m wondering if this daffodil has a similar adaptation.
Cool – I don’t have any like that either.
I hadn’t seen or heard of them before coming to the subarctic. They are definitely unique!
What a sight they are! Beautiful!
They definitely are a sight, especially after all this extreme weather we have had!
Google says these are Arctic Bells, but I thought they were something else.
Yes, some people refer to them as arctic bells, but the more common name here is northern daffodil.
Amazingly different Lynette. Thanks for showing them to us. Happy Wednesday. Allan
You’re very welcome, Allan. I haven’t seen them anywhere else.
Such beautiful flowers. My daffodils have come and gone, this is sort of like a second helping. Thank you.
You’re welcome! Everything in the subarctic grows later but also develops like crazy in the amazingly long daylight hours. Cheers.
I’ve never seen a Northern Daffodil before. They look so pretty and I love the shape.
Yes, they are lovely to see. Our weather has been so changeable lately that I marvel at how resilient the plants and animals are!
I have never seen these before, and they are beautiful!
I haven’t seen them anywhere else; they are very hardy and pretty!