Here is the third gallery of daffodil photos from my recent trips to Oakland Cemetery’s gardens.
Yes, these are ALL daffodils. The first two photos do show a typical daffodil structure, but with the others, their daffodilliness isn’t so obvious until you take a close look at the star-shaped arrangement of the petals toward the back of each flower. While I couldn’t identify the variants for certain by name, I did learn while searching around that double-daffodils and daffodils with clumped flowers are common varieties. I like the third and fourth ones, little bouquets on their own with a mix of white and orange petals; and the last five reminded me of … Reddi-Whip!
The previous daffodil posts are:
All of my spring posts and photos are tagged Spring 2020.
Select the first image if you would like to see larger versions in a slideshow. Thanks for taking a look!