So whilst on my knees searching through the bottom of the hedges for snowdrops, I spotted 2 little daffodils peaking out of a pot, put there to be out of harms way, and as such forgotten about. This species is tete a tete, but you cannot really tell, as they have 2 flower heads on each stalk, the second flower heads are coming through, but slowly. Here in the Lake District it is too early for daffs really, this mild weather has sent everything a bit potty. I have put them in a champagne glass in the sitting room next to the fire which has encouraged the flowers to opened fully and the scent; which this species are renowned for, is filling the room even from these little two. Lets hope there are lots more to come.