The historic Goethe Link Observatory, where Dr. Link observed the heavens and his wife Helen grew literally hundreds of varieties of daffodils, is a Morgan County hidden gem. Mrs. Link was a botanist and her naturalized plantings of daffodils are still providing pleasure to those who visit the grounds. Tended by the Indiana Daffodil Society, these fields of flowers are a welcome sign of spring in Morgan County. Typically, the daffodils hit their peak sometime in April, depending on the weather. The Indiana Daffodil Society and the Morgan County Master Gardeners Club are kind enough to staff the grounds each weekend in April so that visitors can come experience the beautiful sight. The observatory building is open during these weekends as well, courtesy of the Indiana Astronomical Society.