I wouldn't have believed it if I hadn't seen it with my own eyes: an English meadow, lush and green with the first traces of warm spring in the air, raked with drifts of white and yellow daffodils. Where I come from, people plant daffodils in neat beds, but here in Kent, the flowers went wild, cropping up wherever they pleased.
Locals told me if I really wanted to see something, visit the nearby woods for even more flowers--these sprinkled along the forest floor. Next to the drab brown of tree trunks and brush, the blooms and their long stems and leaves were a pop of spring itself. I liked the contrast so much I came home and crowned this the Daffodil Stool.
Deep, green-brown glaze and tall vertical ribs would make it right at home in daffodil drifts (or any garden for that matter).
Dimensions: 17 x 14 x 18.5 in inches. Imported. Handling Fee is $10.