Daffodils at WW 4.20.18

Despite the persistent snowfall and cold nights these past few weeks, Spring has (we think!) arrived at Willowwood. Leaves are beginning to unfurl, blooms to burst, and floral fragrance to waft among the trees.
Visitors will be welcomed by masses of bright daffodils near the parking area and can wander behind the welcome kiosk to see the blooms of the hybrid Magnolia ‘Willowwood’ nearby. Magnolia x. loebneri ‘Willowood’
The Winter Garden, the area around the grass parking lot, is now full of hardy early blooming daffodils in cheerful, bold yellows and oranges. Be careful where you step- more daffodils are still emerging!
Nearby in the grassy paths of Highland Park, our cherries and Forsythia are beginning to bloom. In addition, the Viburnum farreri ‘Candissimum’, fragrant viburnum, is not to be missed! Its soft white petals and sweet fragrance are sure to cheer anyone who still has the winter blues.
We hope you enjoy these beautiful blooms as much as we do and come out to explore soon!