Daffodils

Daffodils

Daffodils are perennials that bloom after winter and signal the coming of spring. The flower is native to northern Europe, particularly in Spain and Portugal. Its bloom has star-shaped, bright petals in yellow, white, orange, peach, and cream.

In England, daffodils are known as Lenten lilies or Lent lilies because they usually bloom during the months of Ash Wednesday and Easter Sunday. As for flower personality, the flower is associated with artistic people. Calm and collected, these people enjoy their time in the creative process. Daffodils also signify regard for people. Giving daffodils shows that you put your family and friends first.