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Make Way for Daffodils

Posted by Kath LaLiberte on Oct 20, 2014
There are thousands of varieties of daffodils, each with its own unique shape, color, size and personality. The American Daffodil Society has classified this big world of daffodils into 13 different divisions. There’s no need for you to know which daffodils belong to which division – unless you’re a botanist or daffodil collector. But seeing
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Topics: Daffodils

A Week At Keukenhof

Posted by Marlene Thompson on May 06, 2014
Every year we visit the The Netherlands and spend a significant time at Keukenhof in Lisse. If you have not been to the world’s largest garden, you must put this showcase of Dutch flower blooms on your bucket list. The superb display of bulbs, flowers and plants is inspiring and one of many steps we
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Topics: Daffodils , Fall Planted Bulbs , Inspiration , Muscari , Tulips

Daffodils – Spring’s Sunshine

Posted by Marlene Thompson on Apr 21, 2014
Narcissus, or daffodils, are a stunning and simple way to add a breath of fresh air to your spring gardens. Hardy and cold tolerant, daffodil bulbs that were planted last fall are blooming and thriving in many areas right now.  Here are the many reasons we love daffodils:
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Topics: Daffodils , Fall Planted Bulbs

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Kathleen LaLiberte has been writing about gardening for more than 30 years from her home in northern Vermont, where she tends a half acre of flowers, vegetables and fruit. She has been working with Longfield Gardens since 2011.