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carolecuttingitfine

Mother of 4 and enthusiastic novice gardener trying to tame an inherited wilderness in rural Devon - all advice/help gratefully received😀

Narcissus 'Tete a Tete'

  • Season Icon Late WinterLate Winter 2018
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carolecuttingitfine

My favourite daffodils are #tete-a-tete, they are emerging unscathed through all the thawing snow ❄️ have a wonderful Wednesday everyone 😊

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juliesgarden

Oh mine too Carole 💛💛 🙌, have a fab day

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pelly

Morning Carole, they are lovely. Have a good one yourself. 💛💛

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rachelbrooks

Mine too! Such happy little daffs! 💛

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nessas

Ahhh great to see Carole spring just might be around the corner 😬☺️🌼🌼

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carolecuttingitfine

Absolutely @nessas after a false start here’s hope it’s really on it’s way now!

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nessas

Better blinking had be otherwise I’m emigrating 😬😬💃🏼💃🏼👙🌞🌞

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carolecuttingitfine

And I’m coming with you @nessas !! 😂

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carolecuttingitfine

#teteatete first #daffodil 🌼 of the season #springiscoming

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susanhumphrey333

👍👏 lovely. I have just one on the brink of opening. Maybe tomorrow when the wind arrives 😬

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carolecuttingitfine

Oh it's already arrived here @susanhumphrey333 💨💦💨 we have been away for a couple of days and they are now on the point of bursting open!! Can't believe how quickly things change in a couple of days! Hope you get a colourful display soon!

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susanhumphrey333

Will be moving my pots undercover. Can't do much about the stuff planted in the garden though. Stay safe 👍

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juliesgarden

My favourite daffs Carole 💛😍

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bigemrg

Looking very pretty! Mine are just coming into bud and I hope they'll look as beautiful as this!

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carolecuttingitfine

You too @susanhumphrey333 !! Thank you @bigemrg hopefully not long now! And yes mine too @juliesgarden prefer them to the traditional daffs as they can be a bit "blousey" for me.. however the garden is full of traditional types of all descriptions!

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rachelbrooks

Yay! 🌼🌼🌼

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