Bright yellow daffodils banished grey sky blues for Cornish tot Pearl Fogarty.
The four-year-old spent the day in the gardens at Cotehele, near Saltash, Cornwall, which boast more than 250 varieties of daffodils.
Gardeners at the Tudor house have decorated one of the historic archways with over 3,000 daffodils.
Local gardening enthusiasts have also added their expertise and create daffodil sculptures around the garden.
Cotehele’s gardens are open from dawn until dusk. For more information visit www.nationaltrust.org.uk/cotehele.