I think these are Tete a Tete, probably bought years ago in flower at this time of year, and then put in the garden in the hope that they would come up again.
When I went close up to the two or three little clumps, I found one stem with three flowers, one stem with two, and the rest with just single blooms. A few leaves and my latest little blue vase...
I love daffodils and my bookmark has been floating about since I finished my current book yesterday..and it begged to be put next to the real thing. This is a J and J Cash woven silk bookmark with lovely daffodils all along. I love the woven pictures by J & J Cash, and often buy pretty Bookmarks to give as presents. I have just this one, although I do now have a few woven silk pictures, and from time to time write about them on this blog. This daffodil book mark is one of my little 'precious' things which bring a smile whenever I look at it. Its one of those little precious things that if misplaced just has to be found....
When I was thinking of what to write along with the daffodils today, I thought to quote from one of Wordsworth's Poems, from the famous one...they my eye fell on a book of poetry: Selected Poems by William Blake, that I must have acquired and then put on the shelf and forgotten about...just like the pots of tete a tete that I planted in the garden...and the book fell open with this from Earth's Answer to Songs of Experience:
Does Spring hide its joy
When buds and blossoms grow?
If you would like to enjoy more buds and blossoms, why not go to Cathy's page, where you can read about her vase this week, and link into many other pretty arrangements.