by Texas Homesteader ~
These pretty blooms make my heart happy.
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Beautiful!!! Thank you for sharing with us each week on the Art of Home-Making Mondays at Strangers & Pilgrims on Earth! 🙂
I’m hearing they may be paperwhites, JES. Beautiful! ~TxH~
These pretties look like the early spring narcissus that sprout wildly all over the mountainous meadows of Crete, where I live. In any case, your pic is sweet.
Visiting from JES’,
I’ve had a couple of people suggest they were Narcissus. Beautiful! ~TxH~
I don’t get spring bulbs like crocus here in Florida – we’re too hot! Love the picture.
I’ve never grown these before but they were gifts from my aunt. I think they’re beautiful too! ~TxH~
What an encouraging photo to see — the day before a blizzard here in Maine! Thanks for the little blast of spring!
(oops!) Sorry Michele, I forget we get such an early spring compared to those north of us. That warm sun will be shining soon! ~TxH~
Thanks for the tip. I melt at 95 degrees too but DANG I hate to be cold worse! Loving this NE Texas weather right now that’s for sure. ~TxH~
Pretty flower which are what they call Saffron Crocus
I’ve heard Crocus too Colleen, among others. I’ll be glad to finally find out for sure from my Aunt what they are! ~TxH~
You. ROCK. Colleen. Thanks for the information ~TxH~
Hummmm… Narcissus. Could be… ~TxH~
Look like daffodils – always first in the spring. 🙂
They do resemble small daffodils Ruth. Our daffodils haven’t bloomed yet. ~TxH~