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This April 19, 2013 photo provided by Christian Curless for Colorblends shows Daffodils planted in large scale on slopes, near Watertown, Conn. Daffodils are particularly dramatic in spring. The bulbs will naturalize if located in sunny spots where the soil drains well. Daffodil drifts can become "golden roads" for drive-by viewing. (Christian Curless/Colorblends via AP)

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Program encourages groups to plant daffodils along roads in New York state

Volunteers in a small New York community are planting massive drifts of daffodils this fall to paint their springtime roadsides golden.

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