daffodil


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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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Or plan to visit the Savill and Valley Gardens in Windsor in early April to view the Daffodil Valley, one of the largest displays in England with thousands of Narcissus pseudonarcissus, the lent lily and the daffodil of Wordsworth's famous poem.
Mark and long-term Marie Curie supporter Fay were pictured together with Marie Curie nurses Victoria Shodeko and Victoria Oluwalogbon at a Parliamentary event held this week to celebrate the launch of the Great Daffodil Appeal, Marie Curie's biggest annual fundraising campaign.
CANCER charity Marie Curie has unveiled a "Garden of Light" to mark the launch of its annual Great Daffodil Appeal.
Marie Curie is appealing for volunteers in Monklands to devote two hours of their time to hand out its iconic daffodil pins.
These are a magnificent addition to your daffodil displays - with the added benefit of being fragrant.
MARIE Curie would like to thank everyone in Teesside for helping to make the charity's Great Daffodil Appeal a blooming success this year.
Jean said: "I planted what I thought was a normal packet of daffodil bulbs last year but they didn't flower.
There are fabrics available that include blue or grey daffodil inspired patterns, such as the range from Emma Hardicker.
Daffodils in American Gardens, 1733-1940" traces the history of the garden daffodil including its early days in Europe, especially the Netherlands; the importation of flowering bulbs to colonial America; and plant breeding and the dissemination of plants throughout the United States until World War II.
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.
THIS month Leeds Building Society's Newcastle branch is supporting Marie Curie's Great Daffodil Appeal.
In the letter, entitled "Steps to avoid daffodil poisonings this spring", PHE director Professor Paul Cosford said: "Each spring stores such as yours provide a wide selection of flowers, particularly cut daffodils and daffodil bulbs.
People have been known to mistake daffodil bulbs for onions and the stems for a popular Chinese vegetable, Public Health England (PHE) said.
Make friends with your postman and always get the right mail (yes, that means bills too) with a personalised daffodil ceramic house sign, PS44.
DAFFODILS are blooming early for the launch of the Great Daffodil Appeal.