Celebrating Narcissi

From the field that surrounds my daughter’s new home

narcissi field

circle of narcissi


narcissi and cerinthe

mandala of daffodils

There is also a cherry tree, so in homage to last week’s vase from Greenway House:

cherry blossom

vases of flowers

looking good against the colours in the sitting room and adorning the golden locks of the resident flower fairy

narcissi in your hair

Joining Cathy for In a Vase on Monday


Cee’s Flower of the Day

46 responses to “Celebrating Narcissi

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  3. That field of flowers is just spectacular, and your arrangements are stunning….card worthy!

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  4. Definitely cards…ones with daffodils would make superb blank Easter Cards. Selling daffodil bulbs locally during the summer at festivals. Locally grown etc…..Visit, pick your own etc…

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  5. I love this post, Sandra! Your daughter certainly selected the right house to move into. Your mandalas, as always, are beautiful.

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  6. Murtagh's Meadow

    What a beautiful sight to look out at!

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  7. Is your daughter growing them commercially? I do love daffs.

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    • They were planted years ago by the previous owner, she is selling picked bunches in the local Farm Shop. We are all trying to think of ways they could be a viable commercial venture in this modern world. Any ideas?


  8. I have only one word WOW!!!!

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  9. Your daughter is so lucky to have those beautiful flowers in her back yard. Great phots!

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  10. Your mandalas are so pretty, Sandra, they look like fancy cakes to me, good enough to eat! And you actually caught a flower fairy on camera, how rare! 😉

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  11. Deborah O'Brien

    What a display!

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  12. Lovely photos and definitely saleable as cards. I’ve done similar and would be glad to share experiences. Love these flowers but never see them in shops here. LOVE the blue wall! 😘 📞

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  13. A whole field of daffodils! That’s just lovely! You did a beautiful job arranging them too. 🙂

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  14. What a view from the window – your daughter will always be looking forward to Spring.
    Your arrangements are gorgeous and, before you ask, yes! they would make beautiful cards.

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  15. That field of daffodils–wow! The photos are beautiful and creative–I love the daffodils with the background of yellow tresses.

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  16. Fabulous photographs all of them. As you know I love fairies!!!! One came to visit last year with inspiration and it is being multiplied as evidenced by my offering this week. Is the field part of your daughter’s territory?

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    • Noelle – I’m delighted – you have made my day! 🙂 ❤
      The field of narcissi is part of my daughter's territory – she and her husband are farmers and have recently moved into a farmhouse in the middle of what was a market garden – only the narcissi remain.


  17. Meditative way to create, Sandra. Lovely to imagine living among those fields.

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  18. Such abundant loveliness and creativity you have treated us with this morning!

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  19. Beautiful! What a lot of narcissii, unbelievable.

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  20. Hard to imagine seeing a field of daffs when you look out of your window… 😉 Your mandalas are simply stunning, Sandra – I hope you never underestimate the creative talent you have. And you have a fairy too…! 😀 Thanks for sharing, as always

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  21. Beautiful flat lays – that must take you hours to do! I’m admitting to some springtime envy over your daughter’s dwelling!! What a wonderful sight to herald the coming of the better weather.

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    • It took me about 2 hours to do the narcissi mandala. I did it in the morning before we went to the beach for the day, so I didn’t have the best light for the photographs – I have spent nearly an hour editing the photos!
      I’m so happy to see my daughter in her new home – it has been a long and stressful time to get there, so to see them all enjoying it so much makes my heart sing.


      • Photo editing is NOT my favourite occupation! I know that thing about our children’s happiness in finding their right homes and jobs and suchlike – the heart does indeed sing at these times. ❤


  22. Beautiful 😊 They bring a smile to my face every time.

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