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Daffodil
Daffodil
(also narcissus/paperwhite, jonquil)

Shakespeare and Wordsworth both created rhapsodies about this humble bulb flower. Perhaps it is so well liked because its merry yellow bloom is one of the first to appear after winter's frost subsides. The daffodil (and members of its family, including the narcissus and the jonquil) is a flower of true variety -- blooms can be single or multiple, with large or small cups, in solid colors or in combinations of white and yellow with touches of orange.

Season
November-April

Colors
white, yellow, apricot, orange

Scent
clean, sweet or none, paperwhite narcissus have a very strong scent

Meaning
regard, respect, chivalry, gracefulness

Cost
$-$$

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