Here, the daffodil flower season is soon to begin! I can’t wait to these yellow and white blooming spring messengers! Actually they are already being sold in many stores! People love to buy them and enjoy them inside as long as it is still cold outside.
But then, when the days get warmer and longer, you can see daffodils in gardens and parks and in any other places these flowers fit in.
The following picture shows an Easter flower arrangement with daffodils and primulas placed at a small fountain. Stein am Rhein, Switzerland.
Daffodils are perennials. They come in a wide variety and many hybrids have been cultivated. The scientific name for daffodil is narcissus and this genus belongs to the family of Amaryllidaceae.
The wild daffodil, Narcissus pseudonarcissus, is native to Europe, North Africa and Asia.
The daffodil is a poisonous plant. Be careful when you have pets at home, they may be at risk ingesting any parts of the plant.
The daffodil is a symbol for a number of cancer charities. They organize daffodil days for fundraising: daffodils are offered in return for a donation.