Howling wind, pelting rain and muddy footing made navigating a Knutson Farms field a giddy challenge Sunday for the 2016 Daffodil Festival princesses during the annual photo shoot in Puyallup. Most of the flowers have been harvested because of unseasonably warm temperatures, but the grower left this patch for the girls to frolic in. “It just seems like they’re wanting to bloom earlier and earlier,” Daffodil Festival executive director Steve James said.
Howling wind, pelting rain and muddy footing made navigating a Knutson Farms field a giddy challenge Sunday for the 2016 Daffodil Festival princesses during the annual photo shoot in Puyallup. Most of the flowers have been harvested because of unseasonably warm temperatures, but the grower left this patch for the girls to frolic in. “It just seems like they’re wanting to bloom earlier and earlier,” Daffodil Festival executive director Steve James said. Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com
Howling wind, pelting rain and muddy footing made navigating a Knutson Farms field a giddy challenge Sunday for the 2016 Daffodil Festival princesses during the annual photo shoot in Puyallup. Most of the flowers have been harvested because of unseasonably warm temperatures, but the grower left this patch for the girls to frolic in. “It just seems like they’re wanting to bloom earlier and earlier,” Daffodil Festival executive director Steve James said. Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com

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