Wordless Wednesday: Narcissus 01. February 2017 Narcissus "Autumn Colors" against a background of Euphorbia tirucalli "Sticks on Fire" Narcissus "Autumn Colors" Weather Diary: Sunny; High: 71 F (22 C)/Low: 42 F (6 C); Humidity: 22%-82% Previous Post: In a Vase: Seed and Blossom Next Post: Looking at Structure tagPlaceholderTags: wednesday, Narcissus, winter2016/2017 Write a comment Comments: 6 #1 Kris P (Wednesday, 01 February 2017 19:24) A mix like that is only possible in climates like ours, Amy! #2 Amy@smallsunnygarden (Thursday, 02 February 2017 00:20) Absolutely, Kris :) "Sticks on Fire" has outdone itself this winter, easily the most color impact in the whole garden at present. #3 Ian Lumsden (Thursday, 02 February 2017 11:04) "Autumn Colors" is gorgeous, Kris, with their reflexed petals but you have captured the colour and shadows to perfection. #4 Amy@smallsunnygarden (Friday, 03 February 2017 13:50) Ian - Thanks so much! "Autumn Colors" is proving to have very graceful blooms, so excellent for photography... ;-) #5 Hoe hoe grow (Saturday, 04 February 2017 06:15) Hi Amy, I have only just found your new blog! As usual gorgeous photos of gorgeous flowers! Spring must be just around the corner! #6 Amy@smallsunnygarden (Saturday, 04 February 2017 23:10) Jane -Thanks so much :) Yes, we're veering into spring rather quickly here all of a sudden! So glad you've found the new blog; the move was a bit abrupt, but it has saved me a great deal of frustration over people being unable to comment from WordPress sites.