Tuesday, December 19, 2006

Confused Daffodils


The unseasonably warm daytime temperatures that we have been experiencing have tricked our daffodils into believing that it's spring!


Saucy said...

No way!!! Can you cover them with something? Is there any snow where you live at all? How strange to have daffodils at Christmas... I'm sure Al Gore would like to hear about that.

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