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Daffodils by the thousands

Original post made on Mar 18, 2008

About 14,000 daffodils live on Village Hill in Woodside, having been planted there by the Woodside Landscape Committee, and many of the yellow and white flowers are now in bloom. Photo by Veronica Weber/The Almanac

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    Posted by wild flower, a resident of Menlo Park: Downtown
    on Mar 18, 2008 at 1:12 pm

    Why plant daffodils when there are so many beautiful, native wild flowers such as California poppies or lupine that would better fit into the California landscape. Daffodils are pretty but seem out of place.


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