Floral Friday – ‘February Gold’

Cyclamen and Narcissus ‘February Gold’

About Eliza Waters

Gardener, writer, photographer, naturalist
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74 Responses to Floral Friday – ‘February Gold’

  1. Jim R says:

    Visions of things to come. 😊

  2. Anne says:

    Your indoor garden is doing well and is certainly cheering!

  3. Dale says:

    Indoor gardens are especially lovely! Very cheerful 🙂

  4. sandyjwhite says:

    A breath of fresh air!

  5. John says:

    Wow, you have the olden touch, Eliza. ❤️☺️🌸

  6. shoreacres says:

    I remember my astonishment the first time I saw Cyclamen used here as a bedding plant. They’re such lovely flowers. On the other hand, the only time I remember seeing narcissus or daffodils here is as grocery store cut flowers.

  7. Ah, nice way to start my morning. Beautiful.

  8. Alice says:

    Happiness is…..flowers and a sunny day!!

  9. Treah Pichette says:

    I have February Silver in my garden….a whiter version & just as lovely. What a beautiful spring scene you have there!

  10. once again true beauty sparks me! -so much beauty around us.

  11. derrycats says:

    We had a 70 degree days yesterday which put my in the mood for daffodils for sure! 40 degrees today. The whiplash in weather this “winter” has been bizarre.

  12. Debbie says:

    Ah, the exciting anticipation of Spring to come!!

  13. Pepper says:

    So pretty. You are inspiring me to try a little harder on my plants. 😉

  14. It’s nice to see these forced colors and anticipate them in the garden. I gave Mary Beth a cyclamen for V day.

  15. Cathy says:

    So good to have some colour indoors in winter – love the February Gold!

  16. My all time favorite daff. Had drifts of them in Atlanta. I have never not killed a Cyclamen, well done and so pretty.

  17. Foregleams of spring, so pretty and cheerful!

  18. Kris P says:

    Aptly named! I hope you’re enjoying the reflected sunshine. Winter has made a somewhat surprising return trip to my part of the country too.

  19. The jaunty daffodils are certainly the star of the show, but how l love cyclemens.

  20. I need to pot some up!

  21. Just read your last comment and what a great idea. I will file it away.

  22. They are beautiful! I only have one popping up and hoping for more soon. I will enjoy yours in the meantime 🙂

  23. Adele Brand says:

    Nice to see some colour! We are verging on spring here. Red deadnettle is in flower, and snowdrops, and a few daffodils.

    • Eliza Waters says:

      Thanks, Adele! This is the extent of colour here at this point… We’ve had snow, with more coming, so we’ll be awaiting the arrival of spring bulbs for a while yet. Enjoy yours!

  24. Nice to see your daffodils as reminder that spring will come … even to Colorado! 🙂

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