Well, I decided that for once I would just get the small camera tripod, set the camera on "macro" and take a picture of all the different daffodils in the back yard. I know that most people would choose a couple and plant lots of those.
But I wasn't sure which I preferred and I figured some would thrive and spread and some would just not. Apparently not. Most just stay politely where they are and keep going. So maybe I should just add more of the various kinds to make larger patches.
But let me show you the various ones. I don't know their names, though I'm sure I could identify most in a catalog... Ad there are a few surviving hyacinths that the voles have not yet found and a wild columbine too.
BTW, a co-worker friend and I tried once to figure out the differences between daffodils, narcissus, and jonquils. Don't try. Even the experts disagree. So in the same way my cats call all small rodents "mousies", I call all these "daffodils".
Like I suppose the dinosaurs called all mammals "things I can step on". "Or "snacks". ;)