15,000 Daffodils - Caro, Michigan
During the last two weeks of April and the first two weeks of May, the daffodils burst into bloom in Caro. The thing is, you can go right by and not realize they are there. The flowers bloom throughout the extensive garden grounds behind the J. J. Jamokes restaurant. Travelers on the road go whizzing by without even knowing that the flowers and gardens are there. Visitors are welcome to stroll the gardens and nature trails all spring, summer and fall.
Daffodils, the flowers symbolizing friendship, are one of the most popular flowers exclusively due to their unmatched beauty. Daffodils belong to the genus Narcissus. Daffodil flowers have a trumpet-shaped structure set against a star-shaped background. Often the trumpet is in a contrasting color from the background. The name Daffodils includes the cluster-flowered yellow Jonquils and the White Narcissi , as well as the include as the more common trumpet shaped flowers (right), members of the genus Narcissus.