I’ve stopped planting tulips – they rarely bloom more than one season. When I want annuals, I plant flowers that bloom from April to October. But I do plant 25-50 daffodils each fall. Below is ‘Replete,’ a double variety my husband bought at Terra Ceia Farms in Eastern North Carolina. Images on the Internet show them as white with pink centers. They are not. But the colors and form are beautiful. Their heads tend to droop from the weight, so they’re especially lovely planted where they can be viewed from below, on a slope or atop a wall. And like most narcissus, each spring they produce more blossoms.