Becky Fox Matthews, Tennessee

Daffodils in middle Tennessee

November 7, 2015

Categories: Autumn Blooming Daffodils, Daffodil Enthusiasts, Daffodil Types, General, Growing Daffodils, Pots

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The photo above is of a clump of ‘Tequila Sunrise Group’ in bloom today in the garden.  Middle Tennessee has been having a wet and warmer than usual fall and there are no freezing temperatures in the forecast for the next two weeks.

Below is ‘Grand Soleil d’Or’ in a pot just coming into bloom.  I “over-summered” four pots that were forced last winter and they are all in bud.  I’m happy to have all these unexpected blooms in mid-November!

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One response to “Daffodils in middle Tennessee”

  1. Nancy Tackett, California Nancy Tackett, California says:


    Blooms for ‘Tequila Sunrise Group‘ last almost an entire month out here.  This is one of my earliest, and definitively longest, daffodils to bloom. Thank you Harold and Marilynn!