Becky Fox Matthews, Tennessee

Merry Christmas

December 25, 2013

Categories: American Daffodil Society, Daffodil Enthusiasts, Daffodil Types, General, Winter Blooming Daffodils

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I hope everyone has a safe and Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! (from that daffy girl near Nashville, TN)


4 responses to “Merry Christmas”

  1. Lynn Slackman, Missouri Lynn Slackman, Missouri says:

    Hope you had a wonderful Christmas and a very happy New Year!

  2. Margaret Seconi, New Zealand Margaret Seconi, New Zealand says:

    Happy belated New Year wishes to all Daffnetters from a very stormy Wellington NZ. It will be fine next September when our North Island National Show is being held up the Kapiti Coast at Waikanae which is an hour’s train ride from Wellington City. Plan to come & visit.

    We’re off to London and hopefully will get to a Wisely Show if the dates are 8th April &/or 29th? Is the English daffodil show on over Easter or have those dates changed? I’m hoping to get to visit at least one while there  so a confirmation of these dates would be lovely thanks. Also I hope to pop over to see Keukenhof sometime about the 21st-25th April. We’re based in London and wonder about the best way to visit there. Fly in & out on a one day visit from London or stay nearby and spend a day’s exploring or join a tour? Any suggestions welcome as we’ve been told that now is the best time to book.

    Wishing you all good health in the coming year

    Margaret Seconi  Wellington NZ

  3. Loyce McKenzie, Mississippi Loyce McKenzie, Mississippi says:

    Margaret,  please email me at  title=, and I will have some ideas to share about London plus Keukenhof..

    Loyce McKenzie

  4. Margaret Seconi, New Zealand Margaret Seconi, New Zealand says:

    Thanks Loyce. We’re visiting our daughter so have little free time but would be delighted if you could share your ideas with us. I cannot Email you directly through the link as my programme differs from yours but my Email address is  title= and I’d appreciate a note or two from you.

    Typing this listening to The Prairie Home Companion on radio and hoping you and all the Northern Hemisphere members are coping with the wintry weather OK.


    Margaret Seconi