I clean up the plates.
That series of photos gives me chills! The CHANGES!
Ha ha ha...I'm laughing at the dwindling daffodils. Laughing because only a brown-thumb like myself can truly appreciate a dying garden.And grinning at the growing girl. What a sweet idea for a photo montage.
Look how long her hair has gotten!
Oh, that's so fun. I remember last years. It's neat to see her growth. Did you start one with Michael too? ;)
Wow, that's a great idea! I'd love to try it, I just need to think of something that doesn't require that I successfully manage to grow plants!Lovely photos.
Awesome! Love it.Yes, you'll need some new bulbs. They aren't perennial. You can try digging up the old bulbs, dividing them, and then replanting. Or else you can buy some new ones and just replant. They don't last forever. But never fear: I'm sure there's a plant geneticist somewhere, devising the eternally blooming daffodil bulb.
I love this idea!!! It shows not only change in general, but something constant to compare it to! Hmm, seriously, where did the daffodils go? Usually they multiply, not divide!!! Maybe moles or woodchucks dug up the bulbs.
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