Wednesday, March 31, 2021

King Alfred Daffodils

These King Alfred daffodils were early additions to what was my grandmother's iris garden when we first bought the place.  Balancing out some really wonderful fancy ruffled daffodils on the other corners, these have spread beautifully!  This year, I started dividing them a bit, but still have so much to do!  Each time I dig a crowded clump, I bring up 100 that need to be planted around. One day I believe this whole place will burst with daffodils of all kinds!  I've even started them along the wooded trail!  Painting number 3004 in 3004 days, and that fountain pen is a TWSBI Eco with a medium nib, filled with Robert Oster's Great Southern Ocean ink! 

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