#GardenGoals — Snooky Lee’s daffodils


img_2311Snooky Lee of Carrollton is a daffodil guru.

In a typical winter, the early blooming daffodils would be starting to fade and the rest would be just starting to bloom, peaking the last week in February and the first week in March. But 2017 has not proven to be a typical Mississippi winter.

Pam Lee said they usually start blooming the last of January and something blooms until May, although most are typically blooming in February and March.

But this year, Snooky and Pam Lee have been enjoying the first flower of Spring in Mississippi for about three weeks, with many blooms already starting to fade. It is a strange year for winter weather. img_2306img_2315 Continue reading