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Daffodil Hill's 75th Season Starts on February 23rd

02/20/2015 01:35PM ● By Brenna McGowan

Do you have the desire to experience spring at its finest? Then a trip to the amazing and lovely Daffodil Hill should be top on your list of things to do!

Daffodil Hill will open its gates for its 75th season on Feb 23rd and stay open through early April 2015, weather permitting.

Each spring, Daffodil Hill explodes with thousands of blooms, attracting visitors from around the world. Approximately six acres of the 540 acre Daffodil Hill ranch is dedicated to the daffodils.

As many as 500,000 annual blooms are there for your pleasure. Visitors are welcome to walk through this beautiful display of nature or just sit on a bench and soak in the wonderful experience of the Daffodils. This is also a perfect setting for photos of all kinds. Daffodil Hill is in a beautiful alpine setting at an elevation of over 3,000 feet. With pine trees, an old barn, wagon wheels, and rusting mining equipment and farming tools, it appeals to anyone with a love of nature. Flowers are everywhere, with peacocks, chickens, pigeons and miniature donkeys making themselves at home.

Visitors are encouraged to call the recorded phone message at (209) 296-7048 to see if Daffodil Hill is open that day. Daffodil Hill is located at 18310 Rams Horn Grade, Volcano, CA. 95689 and is open Monday through Sunday, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Admission and parking are free. No pets are allowed on the property.

Post information courtesy of Daffodil Hill and Sutter Creek Visitor Center.

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