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The Daffodils



One of my
Favorite perennial
Plants are daffodils best time
to grow them is
in spring.
Daffodils are unique plants
Due to each
Bulb type shapes of flowers
I am pleased with
Their rampant growth
Seeds would last longer
Than any other perennial plants
While walking in
The garden I'm
Tempted to touch
Them but.. gently
As the flowers are
Delicate and dainty.
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Submitted by Perpetuaa on March 15, 2021

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