I don’t get tired of looking at all the many naturalized daffodils throughout the property at this Annapolis home for sale. So, I hope you don’t mind me talking about them again.
The first post with daffodils was back on March 16th. Here we are about three weeks later and they’re still blooming throughout the property. They brighten the cold spring days so much.
At the property edge there is an abundance of naturalized daffodils. The picture doesn’t do them any justice but here it is:
In the back of the house there are some daffodils lining the path:
While they aren’t super expensive to buy, it does take a lot of work to have this many daffodils gracing your property. Having beautiful, established landscaping means you can move into your new home and enjoy the beauty of the many flowering plants.
Have you ever seen a lawn or hillside dotted with nodding yellow and white daffodils in spring?
Most likely, those lovely springtime flowers didn’t just pop up there – someone planted them.
Only, they were planted intentionally with a combination of careful planning and a laissez-faire approach, to make them look like nature’s hand was in control.
When planted in this way, daffodils will form colorful colonies, as they do in their native environments. And drifts will become more dense with flowers, creating even brighter swaths of color over time.