That's so beautiful...I wish that I could smell it, too!
I posted this flower on Jan.17, 08. They will not grow in our yard, it's too warm in Coral Gables. But we grew one in the kitchen this winter. It was the first time that we were successful. The flower was nice, and the fragrance was the best part. But when I went into the garden the smell was there also. The small tree that I posted on Oct. 24, 07 has the same fragrance.
I always think of my maternal grandmother when I see these flowers. Her middle name was Narcissa.
You can hold the Alt key down and at the same time type 0169 on the number pad and leave up on the Alt key and it will put in the © symbol for you.I didn't have any idea that spring flowers were up and out but then we got 61 degrees F this morning at 4:00 a.m. in Brookville, Ohio.
How wonderful that you have such beautiful Spring flowers in bloom already!
I love these! I always grow them (inside) at Christmas and Easter. Beautiful shot!
The scent of this flower is delicious!
How pure! I like this white flower.joyA Pinay In EnglandYour Love CoachThe Goddess In YouNorwich Daily Photo
Gracious! I know it's been unseasonally warm, but such a beautiful flower so early in February? Extraordinary.
How beautiful!'Miss Mari-Nanci'
What a wonderful flower!
Last week you in the beginning of spring with yellow. Now you are white. I think you'll be into summer next week! What a gorgeous flower. None here!
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