Tete-a-Tete daffodils are mini yellow daffodils that bloom in early spring. They reach a height of only six to eight inches and each plant has about two to three blooms. The blooms are about two and a half inches wide. They are one of the most popular Narcissus flowers.
I found some of these lovelies at Wal-Mart for $.98 a pot and bought three. Granted the pots are small but I knew they would be a perfect fit for my terrarium.
Using three small clay pots I re-potted the daffodils and placed them in the terrarium.
The terrarium is sitting on my kitchen counter but again I couldn’t get a good photo so I placed it on a table in the Family Room to photograph.
I plan to transplant them to the yard after they have finished blooming.
These mini daffodils make me feel like spring is finally here.
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