Tulips are opening their variegated cups, and daffodils line the walls.
And in the spring it was a wilderness of sweet hyacinths and daffodils, lilac and may.
The garden before it was all full of spring bulbs and the scent of daffodils.
It is a warm spring morning and the daffodils are waving in the borders of the grass.
In their favourite firmaments the stars of crocuses and daffodils were shining.
Spring, with its daffodils, its pretty little birds and all the other things.
Are there no daffodils, to take the winds of March with beauty?
It may be March, but 'tisn't the time for daffodils—not on three shillings a week.
The birds fled from the windows and the daffodils retired under the carpet.
I thought we should never come to the end of the daffodils.'