daffodils in the wild

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StuartR
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Re: daffodils in the wild

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I'm not surprised Geoff. They have adapted very well to urban life here in the UK.
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Our daffies haven't really come up this year, those that did have been trampled by the guys fixing our guttering. It's there own fault for growing between two paving slabs...
The rest of the garden is looking a bit bare as we've had a gardener in to tame the bushes that got out of hand during lockdown etc. Bits of the fence are lying about in the grass after the winds we had last month, but it'll look good in when the leaves start to come out (I hope)
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