They say good things arrive in threes and that was certainly the case for ITV News West Country viewer Tamar Hall who sent us this picture of a triple-headed daffodil. Tamar, from Swindon, says she's also got six double-headers growing in the same pot of flowers.
The weather has been unseasonably mild but you wouldn't expect to see daffodils at this time of year.
Well - staff at Coleton Fishacre Housenear Dartmouth beg to differ, with the spring flower in full bloom in the National Trust garden.
Snow and ice may be gripping many parts of the country, but try telling Mother Nature it's mid January. Daffodils are usually associated with the spring but they're popping up all over Cornwall. One farmer near Truro says it's the earliest he's ever picked them. Francesca Carpenter reports.
With a surplus of daffodils due to the mild weather, farms across Cornwall have been busy picking and packing them for St David's Day. More than 60 per cent of daffodils grown commercially in Britain come from Cornwall. Farmer Mark Vandervliet talks about the challenges that face him and his team.