On the sunniest day of the last week of winter I made the trek to the Skagit Valley and found the fields at Roozengaarde brilliant with daffodils. I excused my husband so he wouldn’t have to endure the waiting while I wandered around taking too many pictures – for over two hours. Right decision – we were both happy. 🙂
According to the Roozengaarde website, “The Roozen family business of growing Tulips, Daffodils and Irises is the largest in the world, covering Skagit Valley with more than 1000 acres of field blooms and 16 acres of greenhouses.”
It was great to be there midweek with only a few others visiting. It was also great to see the trumpeter swans and snow geese abundant in the valley as they fueled up for their long journey back to Alaska and Siberia. I’ll show you more of those beautiful birds in a coming post.
Sharing this one with Cee’s Flower of the Day.