Buttercup Festival in Historic Nolensville, TN

Parking was tight.  Traffic moved very slowly.  The atmostphere was festive.  And the small town was covered in yellow.

It was the 10th annual “Buttercup Festival” in historic Nolensville, TN.

Now, I call them daffodils, jonquils, and narcissus.  I’ve heard them referred to as March flowers and Easter flowers.  But in Nolensville the prevailing  term is buttercups.

There was one booth at the festival sponsored by the Middle Tennessee Daffodil Society that claimed to have 200 varieties of daffodils.  Today’s images were taken quickly at that booth, between people coming up and admiring the vast collection of fresh flowers on display and my husband encouraging me to “move on.”

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8 Responses to Buttercup Festival in Historic Nolensville, TN

  1. EJ says:

    I think they should be called Life after Death…ha….am always so glad to see them each year after the taupe-ness of winter. Nice photos…always enjoy seeing your photos.

  2. Bo Mackison says:

    These are buttercups??? I was thinking of something tiiny and yellow, but not narcissus. What a fun place.

    I so love when small towns celebrate the simple, good things.

  3. Anita Bower says:

    Seeing all those different types of Daffodils would be wonderful. Thanks for sharing a few with us.

  4. Marcie says:

    Wow..these are amazing. I can only imagine seeing these all together..what a gorgeous spring sight it must have been!!!

  5. elk says:

    i relish a small town celebration ..of buttercups so beautiful!!

  6. Lovely images Sue. Being Welsh, daffodils are pretty close to my hear too…

  7. suehenryphotography says:

    Hi Kevin! Nice to hear from you again. Thanks for stopping by my blog and for leaving a comment. I need to stop by your blog and see what you have been up to lately. Hope all is going well for you. Sue

  8. susanne49 says:

    Translated from German, we call them “Easter bells”. Very pretty shots, Sue. Even you were in a hurry, the pictures still have your artful signature.

    I would love to see real spring again!

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