Each fall I try to plant more spring bulbs, such as the ones above and below. I have just about given up on tulips because their foliage and blooms gets eaten by critters--deer? rabbits? Daffodils (Narcissus), on the other hand, are ignored by wildlife and so are a safe bet to return year after year. The one above is called N. 'Decoy.'
This lovely daffodil is aptly named 'Spring Pride.'
I think this one is 'Cum Laude,' although the catalog picture showed a darker colored center.
I love the ones with pinkish centers. I think this one is 'Salome.' I need to do a better job recording where I plant stuff!
This one is actually quite small. It has a delightful fragrance and sometimes blooms in clusters. It is Narcissus 'Hillstar.
I hope spring where you are is just as beautiful.