Friday, April 11, 2008

Mystery Spring Ephemerals

t's been at least 2 years since I planted any of these. Hardly anything grew last year due to a late hard frost and a pretty severe drought. And so....I lost track....Help!

What the hell kind of daffodil is this?


MUD said...

Looks like a yellow one to me. Why would I worry about its name. It doesn't come when called. It just stays there and looks pretty. MUD

Willard said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog. I like your blog and will return frequently.

It looks like we worked in much the same field, except for of course different agencies.

My immediate superior was a Land Management Officer and it appears that his duties corresponded more exactly with yours. Mine were mostly supervising a small crew which implemented land management practices on Game Lands. I didn't have to deal with things like trying to " sell" a program, etc.

Anonymous said...

Mud - In case you missed the memo, I am a gigantic FREAKING dork. This causes me to overanalyze unimportant details sometimes!

Willard - thanks for stopping by. My wife works for a regulatory agency where her job is guaranteed until the existing state government is one day overthrown, ha ha.

However, I oversee voluntary habitat restoration and land management projects, and our success is, for better or for worse, partially based on PR, public image, and politics. The farm bill being a GIGANTIC example.

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