Just above Vevey is a mountain called Les Pléiades where the narcissus (also known as white daffodils) bloom in May (or June) each year. There are so many of them that they refer to the time in bloom as May Snow, because it looks like snow on the ground. I’ve never been up there at the right time to see them in bloom, so a friend and I went in search recently. We were a little early, but we caught sight of some in bloom.
Regardless, it was a delightful Sunday afternoon with her. We even stopped for an impromptu dinner at Restaurant le 1209 before taking the train back down the mountain.