Friday, May 21, 2010

Decoy Daffodil



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This is another of the daffodils we enjoyed in our yard this year. We've had this daffodil for a couple of years and like it's orange-red trumpet.

16 comments:

dot said...

I don't know how ya'll have time to grow flowers as much as you go. They are all beautiful!

Sandra said...

I am busy trying to think what this flower could be a decoy FOR? it's beautiful as are all your flowers in your garden.

rainfield61 said...

How about trying to blow the red trumpet?

Happyone :-) said...

She is a beauty!!

Ginny said...

I'm with Sandra, wonder why it's called Decoy. What a very sharp and deep color distinction!

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

That is a brilliant flower.

Together We Save said...

Beautiful flower!!

A Lady's Life said...

It looks like the other one and is truly very nice
:)

Small City Scenes said...

Daff are such a neat flower for Spring. So many varieties too. MB

Unseen Rajasthan said...

This is very beautiful and colorful !!I loved it !!Great

KathyA said...

Interesting as to how many different varieties of daffodils there are. This one, like its cousins, is exquisite.

Ron Cooper said...

Love your daffodil

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Janie said...

The bright trumpet really stands out. Beautiful flower.

Chris said...

Great flower George. I wonder too why it is called a Decoy.

Shelley said...

George - you are truly the master gardener! I was admiring all the roses on Betsy's blog today. And I love this daffodil too - never knew they could come in orange too!

EG Wow said...

I really like daffodils with orange trumpets!