It is still not too late to get snow says the eternal pessimistic gardener
This daffodil still manages to poke its flower above the snow cover.
Daffodils are a very hardy flower. If they are planted at the correct depths and split every 3-4 years they can give years of excellent, maintenance free, displays. But heavy wet snow can bend or break the flower stems.
This Rip Van Winkle is a special daffodil with the elongated petals but is still one of my winter favourites.
See more of our daffodil photos on Gardeners Tips