Cornwall has a long history of growing daffodils for the cut flower trade. In 1939 with the onset of war, the bulbs were dug up and tossed onto and over hedges to make room for food crops. Some daffodils survived and flower to this day. Climbing over the hedge of a cliff top field I took a look on the wild side, where these lovely daffodils were blooming in all their glorious yellow.
92cm x 107cm (36" x 42")