Lorrie, your paper whites have done so much better than mine. mine are over, having grown to about 4 feet in height and produced very little flower! Yours are beautiful.
With the sun shining on the narcissus in your photo I can almost smell them! Heavenly.
hi lorrie,your paperwhite narcissus is gorgeoushave a wonderful restweek,hugs regina
The paperwhites will certainly lift your spirits. I think I'll do the same thing and hope they bloom sometime before spring happens here ...about the end of May...
I have given paper whites as a gift several times, but have never had any of my own. I always thought it would be wonderful to have flowers in Jan!!
Love the look of paperwhites, but have never been able to handle the scent. I knew that you were just joshing yesterday, but still, don't be surprised. Oh so glad that I could provide a few chuckles. I have laughed myself silly reading the comments. When Karen/Happyone said that it sounded as if I were riding a horse, I really cracked up. At least she didn't say that I sounded like a horse. :D
Love the flowers! As far as the last post, I too would love a castle stay. :)
Your paperwhite narcissus are beautiful! And the sight of sun shining through a window....love that. It's cold and damp here in southeast Texas...and I'm tired of it. This is the south for crying out loud!!
A wonderful taste of spring, they are lovely. The picture high lighted by the sun is so beautiful.
A guarantee to lift the spirit. I have just put a note on my December 2011 calendar to do this.
Love paperwhites. I should have thought to get some this winter but just looking at yours I feel the peace and hope they bring.
Oh...aren't beautiful fragrant bulbs such gifts in the midst of winter! Lovely!Have a beautiful day, Lorrie!;-D Kathleen
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