Today’s GPOD is from Wendy Niemi Kremer in Oak Hill, Virginia. She says, “This photo shows three of my favorite daffodils in my backyard border: Narcissus ‘Thalia’, with its orchid-like blooms, tiny Narcissus ‘Hawera’, and a double white narcissus in the back that can perfume my entire house with just a few stems. The latter was inherited from the house’s previous owner, and may be either ‘Bridal Crown’ or ‘Sir Winston Churchill’. Grape hyacinths (Muscari armeniacum) are nearly hidden by the emerging foliage of Geranium sanguineum and alliums.” Thanks for sending in this beautiful photo, Wendy!
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