CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - The first of thousands of daffodils is expected to bloom on Lake View Cemetery's famous Daffodil Hill soon.
Although it isn't peak daffodil season yet -- especially because of the cold -- the flowers usually start opening in mid-April.
Katharine Goss, president and chief executive officer for Lake View, said sprouts have started.
"We usually look for a burst of yellow around April 15," she said.
About 2,000 new bulbs are planted each year to join the thousands already at Lake View, according a cemetery official.
Daffodil Hill is located in section 3 at Lake View Cemetery, 12316 Euclid Ave. (The location can be found on Google Maps.)