The Cutest Daffodils in the World

I have many daffodils.


Tall and short, yellow and white, white and white, orange and white and even some doubles.


I love them all, but one type always stands out the most and shines the brightest.


Even though it is the tiniest.


I love it that there are clusters of them all over my gardens.


My parents gave me a pot of them blooming one spring over two decades ago.

I have been dividing them and sharing them for over twenty years.


They are like little spots of sunshine.

Tete a Tete is the cutest daffodil in the world.


It is a miniature Narcissus. Its name comes from the fact that many stems have two flowers.

They look like they are having a little chat.


I would like to mention the unusual vase that belonged to a dear friend Beth.


It has a eight-parted,  fluted, clear glass vase and a silver stand decorated with roses.


She would love to know that I have shared it on my blog.



14 thoughts on “The Cutest Daffodils in the World

    1. Thank you for this lovely reminder of Wordsworth’s , Lonely as a Cloud poem. I took my parents on a driving tour of my small city last week. We saw hundreds of Dancing Daffodils on the campus of the school where I formerly taught. The wind had them all dancing. It was beautiful.

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