|Daffodils are in planters, urns, and flower beds all around the park. We have them in a beautiful golden color (known as "spellbinder")...|
|...white with pale yellow (known as "ice follies")|
|...entirely the color of lemon chiffon pie filling|
|...and white with bright lifesaver-orange centers (known as "geranium").|
|Tete a tetes are miniature versions of daffodils. They can come with long trumpets in vibrant yellow (known as "peeping tom")...|
|...or maintain similar proportions to larger daffodils, with yellow outer petals and orange trumpets.|
|Are you seeing double? No, these daffodils (known as "fortune") have the same coloring as the tete a tetes above, but are the standard size.|
The blooms will last for several more weeks, so visit the park soon to enjoy the view!