How does a spring garden grow?

I had breakfast yesterday at the local cafe served by my lovely friend Annie. She knows my order of ricotta and avocado toast with a side of bacon and a mug of skim flat white like it’s nobodies business. We had friends over for lunch yesterday so I asked if I could pop around to pick some daffodils for my table setting because if there’s one thing Annie has, it’s daffs. She is currently staying at a house with THE most beautiful garden so off I popped with my sidekicks to pick some daffs for a Sunday table.

I’m not sure there’s anything else I’d rather do on a Sunday morning then pick daffodils from a garden like this with my two girls. Thank you Annie x

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Comments

  1. Gail Virgona says

    Oh my goodness Beth. Nothing better. Look at that daffodil heaven. We spent the weekend at my mum and dad’s EIEIO and they have a few dafs and early cheer. Not heaps but enough for half a dozen vases. Spent a happy half hour picking and arranging. The worst bit? My husband is allergic to frangrant flowers so they have to sit on the outside window sill so I can see but not smell or touch. Honestly – the sacrifices I make for that man. It’s almost grounds for divorce.

    • BabyMacBlogBeth says

      You are a VERY good wife indeed! It really was daffodil heaven…you should have heard the girls when they walked around the corner and saw them all there!!

  2. Katie Clulow says

    holy shit. NICE

  3. Alli @ ducks on the dam says

    Love the hedge walk with the stone ……. thingy….. in the middle. Stunner

  4. Oh my goodness that’s just too beautiful and English for words.

  5. Annie’s just a bit lucky, isn’t she!? x

  6. Reannon Hope says

    Well isn’t that just heaven!

  7. Lisa Mckenzie says

    OMG Beth what a wonderful garden I can smell it from here ,how lucky to have a friend like Annie,I would heave been greedy if I were there I think and got lots,enjoy!

  8. Beautiful – such a gorgeous garden! No wonder she could spare a few blooms, that’s a field of daffodils!

  9. Chelsea De Luca says

    Oh my gosh! They are like weeds! The most wonderful weeds I’ve ever seen. I used to think myself lucky with my five precious daffodil bulbs in my garden. That garden is heaven.

    • BabyMacBlogBeth says

      I know! It’s my dream to have an entire silver birch GROVE completely underplanted with daffs and bluebells…one day!

      • Carolyn Manning says

        I’ve been thinking on your Silver Birch GROVE, and I think you should add PEONIES to the mix. So long as you get a good long period of frost in the Winter you should bolt in with lots of gorgeousness in the Spring.

  10. That’s too gorgeous! I grew up in Canberra and we’d always meet our Sydney family here. Love it.

  11. MotherDownUnder says

    We are order twins! Except I get a regular FW, extra hot. And my little sidekick eats all my bacon!
    Those daffodils are just gorgeous…we get such different signs of spring here in Brisbane.

  12. I love those daffodils! I have to make do and look at flowers on your blog as most flowers give me allergies!

  13. crazyspeedylove says

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    I don’t garden – HATE IT and manage to kill everything – but I can appreciate a beautiful garden….and these photos are amazing! It’s photos like this that make me think I can pull out a Don Burke green thumb from my arse…truth is it will never happen!

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