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Everything You Need to Know About Daffodil – The March Birth Flower

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By : Judy Ashwell    99 or more times read
Submitted 2019-05-20 08:12:46
As William Shakespeare said, “Daffodils, That come before the swallow dares, and take The wind of March with beauty,” the bright shades and delicate petals of the Daffodil make it a perfect beginning of spring. When someone mentions spring, it is impossible not to think about this cheery, bright yellow flower that graces roadsides, fields, gardens and flower shops in laurel MD. In fact, Daffodil is not only a sign of winter’s end but a lucky emblem of future prosperity.

A gift of Daffodils is said to ensure happiness. But, always make sure to present Daffodils in a bunch as some legends believe if this cheerful flower is given as a single bloom, it can foretell misfortune. This bloom comes in a variety of colors and sizes. While traditional Daffodils are yellow, some varieties are pink, green, white, and pastel yellow. Read on to learn more about these cheerful flower and beautiful bouquets from Laurel Florist to send the March babies in your life.

The Meaning of the Daffodil

Daffodil is considered as the March birth flower and a popular decorating bloom for the Easter holiday. They are one of the first spring flowers to bloom after the winter frost melts. Every flower hides a message behind them that should be deciphered by a receiver.

Each color of this bloom represents different meaning and carries different values that might be essential to know if you want to gift someone special the Daffodil flower. If you are not sure about the meaning of different colors, ask the Laurel Florist.

Daffodil symbolizes Creativity, Forgiveness, Vitality, Renewal, and Inspiration. In China, Daffodil is considered to be as a symbol of fortune. Chinese believe that this bloom attracts luck and good fortune. On the other side, this bloom is a symbol of entertainment and joy in Japan.

The American Cancer Association’s symbol is the Daffodil flower as it represents hope and renewal.I It is a symbol of 10th anniversaries and the flower of March. The daffodil is the national flower of Wales, where they believe that this bloom represents faithfulness as it blooms every year at the same time.

Giving Daffodils as a Gift

Daffodils are a great gift for people who celebrate their special occasions in March. The Laurel Florist gets fresh cut Daffodils several times a week, and they have Daffodil plants as early as February. Whether you wish to have it for yourself or to give for a special occasion, nothing says springtime more than the heavenly scent of freshly hand-picked daffodils, especially when they are in an attractive bouquet crafted by the Laurel MD Florist.

Author Resource:- The author is a skilled Laurel MD Florist who owns a premium flower shop that has an extensive portfolio of luxury flowers. He handcrafts each bouquet with passion, attention to detail, and great care. Visit for more details.
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