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Taking the Road Less Traveled

Daffodil Daydreams at Filoli Gardens – 2013


Presentation1On Saturday I had the opportunity to attend Daffodil Daydreams with my amazing girlfriends. After a quick stop at Starbucks, we carpooled up highway 280 toward Filoli Gardens. What a gorgeous day. I took a number of photos and hopefully they will give you a feel for the types of flowers you can see at Filoli during the month of February and March. Although there are a few photos of tulips, most were still tight little buds which will explode into a mass of color over the next few weeks. If you missed the event this weekend, don’t worry – pick a day and head on over. You won’t be disappointed. Also, I can’t stress how wonderful an Annual Pass is. They cost $60 and for $15 extra ($85 total) you can also get a second pass so you can always bring a friend for free. Lilacs are next and you won’t to miss them!

Over the next 9 months I will be posting the flowers that are in bloom at Filoli – I’ve you’d like to receive email updates of these posts please click the “Follow” button over on the right. Enjoy!










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7 thoughts on “Daffodil Daydreams at Filoli Gardens – 2013

  1. I biked right past you, and did not even know a celebrity was in my ‘hood! Great photos, as always.

    • You’re too sweet – where were you when you biked past me? 🙂

      • I live in Emerald Hills, and drop down onto Canada Rd. A typical sprint ride (when I’m pressed for time) is up to Hwy 92 and back past Filoli. !5 miles of sprinting w/music. Yeah, I’m an outlaw biker w/iPod. More fun to go longer with my club, or another person, however. When I was in veterinary practice I had to treat a herd of Cashmere goats that had eaten toxic plants. Nothing like a herd of goats vomiting, in the rain, and trying to pump charcoal, mineral oil, and Maalox into their stomachs. I ended up just throwing my clothes away!

  2. these are astonishing

  3. Beautiful! Can’t wait for our next trip!

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