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Good Morning Everyone,

Spring in England is a delight of yellows and lilacs but mainly yellows. Daffodils take precedence.

My walk through the village confirmed this impression.

Here you can see the tiny gardens of these old cottages just brimming with colour. How could Wordsworth's poem 'Daffodils' not come to mind. You will see this profusion of spring colour repeated all over the area. There are daffodils in gardens, in hedgerows, in fields and growing by river banks.

In this country there are Daffodil Societies and even a book called 'The Daffodil Mystery'. This flower certainly has impact!

Have a great day,
Bev :-)

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