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Synonyms for daffodil

any of numerous varieties of Narcissus plants having showy often yellow flowers with a trumpet-shaped central crown

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If there's one plant that can convince us that spring is on the way, it's the cheerful daffodil.
The art installation at Caernarfon Castle features a 10ft daffodil lamp and an armchair covered in more than 300 daffodils - each one representing somebody affected by a terminal illness who will be helped by Marie Curie in Wales next month.
GREEN-FINGERED Jean Lord has been left puzzled by a beautiful imposter amongst her daffodils.
You don't even have to have yellow daffodils in your home if you want to keep it more neutral.
Synopsis: Since their earliest identification in the mid-1500s, more than twenty-eight thousand hybrid daffodils have been named and registered with the Royal Horticulture Society of England.
Daffodils in American Gardens 1733-1940 is illustrated with nearly two hundred color and black and white images but it's much more than your usual gardening guide, providing a history of daffodil cultivation and gardening from its early European roots to colonial times, Victorian periods, and World War II.
SUPERMARKETS have reportedly been asked to make sure daffodils kept separate from fruit and vegetables in a bid to prevent customers mistakenly eating the poisonous plants.
SUPERMARKETS have reportedly been asked to make sure daffodils are kept separate from fruit and vegetables in a bid to prevent customers mistakenly eating the poisonous plants.
There can be a little confusion between daffodils and narcissi but there is absolutely no difference.
DAFFODILS are blooming early for the launch of the Great Daffodil Appeal.
Wordsworth's dainty daffs are best for me 6 I don't much care for yellow daffodils, which I know sounds ironic.
From organising local collections to delivering boxes of daffodils to shops in your area and offering an hour or two to collect, by volunteering some of your time you'll be helping local people with a terminal illness to get the care they need.
With planning for the 2014 campaign already underway, the local Marie Curie fundraising team are looking for volunteers to help in a variety of roles - from organising local collections to delivering boxes of daffodils.
USUALLY BY LATE FEBRUARY and before our magnificent hardwood trees leaf out, early spring-flowering shrubs are blooming and, to quote Wordsworth, daffodils begin to "toss their heads in sprightly dance.
HEALTH and safety chiefs have warned Scots not to eat daffodils.