My daughter’s grilled cheese sandwiches got a bit singed this morning as I got distracted by this unusual daffodil in the garden. Simultaneous photography and grilling are not a good combination but flowers and photography are lovely!
Went out into the garden this morning to blow bubbles with my daughter and she wanted to pick a few blooms. The daffodil, hyacinths, cyclamen and camellia looked so pretty in the vase that I had to take a few pics.
The rather rainy weather has brought long awaited relief to the garden and the daffodils seem to be loving it. The full sized daffodils are now also steadily appearing and their sunny shaded petals are adding a splash of colour to the garden.
Changes in flower genetics can produce some marvelous and unique results. Polymerous flowers have their petals, sepals, and other parts arranged in whorls of many parts.In this flower it is difficult to distinguish the corona from the perianth tube. Dramatically different looking daffodil.