Good morning Clare!Here too very windy now...
Very nice picture,what is name of that daffodil?
Morning Liga its Narcissus tiritomea and just had to go out and put in a sheltered area as I have them in pots.
Just looked at the photos, Clare, love that unusual bell shape daffodil and an unusual colour too.
Lovely photo what are the bell shaped flowers with your narcissus? Very wild here flowers are taking a right battering here in the beds, Caroline discovered her tulips had snapped off in the wind in planters at the front of her house bit annoyed about it.
They look like fritillaries camschatcensis and are beautiful lovely against the blue skies. Mary
They are Fritillaria "uva-vulpis" and are hiding now as the wind is so strong.
So sorry Geraldine about Carolines TulipsThanks all for nice comments my flowers but Shirleys photos.
Very unusual flowers have never seen the like. They must be a great conversation piece in the garden
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