Each fall I plant hundreds of "butter daffodils". I have no idea if this is their real name - actually, I'm most certainly it is not - but it's what I call them and everyone on the farm knows what I mean. The loud, aggressive yellow of the "common daffodil" are the first to arrive and then a few weeks later, like a graceful lady, the butter daffodils come. Their color is rich (like spring-grass fed Jersey milk butter... oddly specific, I know, but I have a Jersey milk cow), their presence understated, their smell intoxicating, and their beauty is jaw dropping. When the first one opened this spring, I actually cried. Reflect the beauty. More of that, please.
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