Top and above, Pink Gardens' last daffodils to bloom are these very pretty, and large, Jonquils, with a reddish-orange edge to the central trumpet. Beautiful!
This "fancy" bicolor double Daffodil variety was spotted in front of a beautiful home near the beach. Next to them were the peach variety I grew up with at my family's home. The photos of them all came out blurry though. Perhaps best savored as memories?
A striking row of Daffies growing near the beach. They were almost as tall as the stately stonewall behind them.
Not often seen, a triple Daffodil. The center trumpet is really a flurry of petals, almost mimicking a Parrot Tulip in its petal shapes and arrangement.
Daffodils always look great with other spring flowers, Grape Hyacinths and tulips.
The same mix of spring flowers growing right next to a beach marsh. The reddish stems just visible next to the tulips in the back of this flower bed are peonies, just beginning their seasonal journey.
* I can't use the term "Plain & Fancy" without thinking about the great family-style restaurant in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, right in the heart of Amish country. I've eaten there a few times in my life, and love their food. They make the area's famed "ShooFly Pie" and even mail out boxed mixes so you can make the pies at home. Read about it, here.