Every year we head over to the Daffodil Farm off Highway 34, here in the Willamette Valley, to pick some wonderful daffodils and jonquils to brighten up our house for the spring season. The Daffodil Farm isn't something popular to many people around the Willamette Valley, but I think it's the most wonderful field of yellows and whites. We just love how beautiful the colors are and it helps to bring us out of the funk of the gray, wet winter season.
Although this is a smaller farm, there are daffodil farms throughout that offer a spectacular wow factor when it comes to bringing in spring each year.
|The original daffodil border was begun in 2003. Added onto in consecutive years, it stretches from Girdle Ridge all the way down Maple Avenue past the stable, ending at the Japanese maple grove.|
Narcissus Red Rascal
Nearly at the bottom of the border
This is about two-thirds of the way down.
Her daffodils are always something to envy.
(All photos of Martha Stewart's Bedford daffodils came from the Martha Stewart website and belong to Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia. I have shared the photos here as visual representation of the company and am not affiliated or getting paid to do so. Any questions or planting instructions on how to recreate her plantings should be directed to Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia.)
Of course I had to give props to the gardener that lives in Arkansas.
(All photos of Moss Mountain Farm Garden Home daffodils came from the P. Allen Smith website and belong to P. Allen Smith Garden Home. I have sharedthe photos here as visual representation of the company and am not affiliated with or getting paid to do so. Any questions or planting instructions on how to recreate his plantings should be directed to P. Allen Smith Garden Home.)
Check out our Daffodil Farm visit from 2012 and 2013 here. (Unfortunately, 2014 was a rainy year and we didn't get a chance to go because of the rain flooding the farm.) :(