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Daffodils are hardy, spring blooming flowers in the Amaryllis family. They are also known as the Narcissus. Questions about the propagation, planting, maintenance, trouble shooting, harvesting, and enjoyment, as well as their regions, growing conditions, light requirements, and more about Daffodils are asked and answered in this category.
Care for Winter Iris I have a couple types of iris plants and I either cut them back as they start to die in the fall or just wait and mow them over when they all have turned brown. In the spring they come back. Iris' are very strong and hard to kill. Good luck! I have read that you should let t…
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Daffodils get there seeds when thee last week is upon the bloom then the seed head explodes
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After the daffodil flowers have faded, the plant needs to restore the nutrients that were used, so it can bloom the next year. The leaves must remain as stay green for this to happen. It takes about 4 weeks. When the leaves begin to turn yellow, you can cut the leaves off.
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Answer It is possible the he ate the other one alive... but i doubt it!!! (That would be so mean and wrong!!!!) actually, if you have a cat i wouldn't put it past him.... my cat has munched my hamster and now my cat is poorly....
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a style of lyric poetry borrowed from the japanesse that typically presents an intense emotion or vivid image of nature, which, traditionally is desighned to lead to a spiritual insight. haiku is a fixed poetry for, consisting of seventeen syllables organized into three unrhymed lines of five, seven…
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Daffodils are natives of southern Spain and Portugal, North Africa and West Asia. They could be found in meadows and woods. Today most of the daffodils are developed, produced and exported from Holland, and the United Kingdom is the leader in using and exporting cut daffodil flowers.
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Petals are generally white of yellow. It is in the corona that the colors explode. There may be any shade or tone of white, yellow, orange, "pink", "red" and green. The variety Red Rim has white petals surrounding a orange-yellow cup rimmed with scarlet. The colors, outside of yellow and white, may …
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When a daffodil sprouts and puts out leaves, stem and finally a bud depends entirely on the soil temperature. There is no set germination like you would find with summer annuals or veggies in your garden. Once the bulb starts to produce vegetation, it takes about 20 days before you get the bud and p…
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Daffodil reproduction Daffodils reproduce by forming new bulbs.
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The poem, Daffodils, by William Wordsworth, was considered perhaps his best. It was inspired by a walk he took with his sister that passed by a large spread of daffodils. It created a pensive, contemplative mood in him, and this is reflected in the poem.William Wordsworth - walk in Lake District - m…
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They all are spring flowers to be honest with you. Al it is, is that they are spring flowers! Nothing else. They are all bulb plants. Rather than growing them by planting seeds, you plant bulbs.
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it is such a hardy plant it really makes little differens, simply cut away any part which doesnt look nice anymore and make sure you do it in nice weather and give the plant some water afterwards.
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A daffodil traditionally symbolizes unrequited love, new beginnings, or regard. One daffodil on its own symbolizes misfortune, while several represent happiness. They have also been used to symbolize hope and cheerfulness in the fight against cancer.
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In a growing daffodil, neither hot nor cold water are good for the plant. Cold water: can damage the plant roots and slow the metabolic processes. Plants grew slower and were shorter. Hot water: My physically damage the plant, especially the roots. Warm water: No apparant damage to plant tissues. A…
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Yes, you can plant them, but it depends if they received adequate nutrition after they flowered last season whether they will flower well again. This is particularly so for the fancy varieties, which tend to deteriorate over time.
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The actual number of daffodil species is up for university and daffodil association debate, but there are between 40 and 200, and when looking at the new hybrids introduced each year, there are over 25,000 registered cultivars among the 13 divisions of daffodils. The actual number of daffodil spec…
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' Daffodils' is essentially a lyric poem which is expressive of the feelings of joy.
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a daffodil is a tall flower with petals surrounding a central trumpet or corolla. It is usually yellow but also comes in white.
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Herrick's "To Daffodils" is a revival of the genre carpe diem. This genre's message is that life is short, and world is beautiful, love is splendid and we must use the short time we live to make the most of it. This is shown in the words "haste", "run", "short" and "quick".
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The daffodil is a monocot. Each flower of the daffodil has a central corona surrounded by 6 floral leaves called the perianth. In the case of double or triple daffodil cultivars, the increase would be by 6.Each flower of the daffodil has a central corona surrounded by 6 floral leaves called the peri…
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All Narcissus (daffodils included) contain an alkaloid poison called lycorine. If ingested it will cause vomiting in humansas well as high blood pressure, headaches, blurred vision, irregular heartbeat and possibly death. Accidental ingestion is due to someone mistaking a daffodil bulb for an onion …
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The ASPCA puts out a list of what is toxic to specific animals. For a hamster, daffodils are very toxic. A wild animal will inheritly know what not to eat, but a hamster is a domesticated animal. A vase of daffodils or getting into the bulbs will cut his life short.
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The daffodil is the national flower of Wales. The national flower of Wales is the daffodil, which is traditionally worn on St. David's Day. The vegetable called leek is also considered to be a traditional emblem of Wales.
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Short answer: the daffodil blooms in the spring. Things that can affect bloom time: Daffodils cultivars can be early, mid or late season bloomers. Also the USDA Plant Hardiness Zone has to be considered. Another variable is the soil temp. Has it been a normal, long or short winter? Type of soil c…
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A herbaceous plant has leaves and stems that die and leave no trace at the end of the growing season. That accurately describes the growth pattern of a daffodil.
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Daffodil bulbs should be planted in the fall months before the ground freezes. Why autumn when it's a spring flower? The bulb must be exposed to cold temperatures for the formation of the flower bud. The bulb roots should be established prior to freezing temperatures. To break dormancy & bloom…
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There are more than 25,000 varieties of daffodils today. Some don't really look like daffodils anymore. Generally a daffodil will have these characteristics: Base of flower is fused into a funnel or tube shape. The flower will have a central corona called a cup or trumpet which can have a variety…
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Daffodils have two ways to reproduce: Asexually by bulbs producing clones of the parent plant. Sexually through seeds producing new and interesting hybrids. For the home gardener, it is best to grow the daffodils from bulbs, so that you'll know what you're getting. Removing the seed pods will all…
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The daffodil symbolizes rebirth and Spring. It is also the national emblem of Wales. The Daffodil is a symbol for the Marie Curie Cancer Club.
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Forever is a long time, but I can guarentee that daffodils live for quite a spell. In fact, it's pretty hard to kill a daffodil bulb. Have you ever seen a batch of daffodils that look like they are surrounding something that is not there. Long after a house has fallen to ruin the daffodils continue …
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Cut off the foliage when the leaves have died down. Foliage is necessary for supplying the underground bulb with nutrition. You can remove all faded flowers as soon as possible
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daffodils live in the plain feilds of europe.
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Daffodils can be found in what is called the "temperate zone". They need a period of cold for the flowers to bloom properly. They do well in the USDA Plant Hardiness Zones 3-9. They can be growing wild in a meadow, pasture or lakeside, or they can be a cultivated ornamental type grown in gardens bot…
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Here is the taxonomy for the daffodil: Domain: Eukaryotae (cells with nuclear membrane and multiple chromosomes) Kingdom: Plantae Subkingdom: Viridaeplantae (green plants) Infrakingdom: Streptophyta (land plants) Division: Tracheophyta (vascular plants) Subdivision: Spermatophytina (seed plants)…
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Sure can! Here is a partial list of yellow flowers: lilies gerbera daisies shasta daisies gazanias million bells strawflower osteospermum tulips gladiolas snapdragons daisies
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These flowers remain underground in the form of bulbs in the winter and reproduce in the spring.
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Let's look at the scientific classification to find out about the daffodil: Kindom; Plantae Division: Angiosperms (aka Magnoliophyta) are the flowering, seed-producing plants Group: Monocots (one cotyledon) Order: Asparagales (bulbs) Family: Amaryllidaceae (Herbaceous plant with showy, lily-like f…
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Daffodils are natives of southern Spain and Portugal , North Africa and West Asia. They could be found in meadows and woods. Today most of the daffodils are developed, produced and exported from Holland, and the United Kingdom is the leader in using and exporting cut daffodil flowers.
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The daffodil is the common English word for the genus Narcissus, a native plant of Europe, North Africa and Asia.
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Robert Loveman wrote "April Rain". I have copied the poem below: It is not raining rain for me, It's raining daffodils; In every dimpled drop I see Wild flowers on the hills. The clouds of gray engulf the day And overwhelm the town; It is not raining rain to me, It's raining roses down. It …
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The daffodil does not spread by seed dispersal. It is much more efficient to reproduce by bulb offshoots. However, if the seeds are formed, they will be contained in the ovule until it is dry and eventually it will shatter. The seeds will fall on the ground directly above the bulbs. If there is any …
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Daffodils can be dug up in late May, or after the foliage has died back. Wash the bulbs and let them dry. Store in an onion sack in a cool, ventilated place and re- plant in autumn. If you wish to move them in 'green leaf', carefully dig up bulbs taking as much soil as possible (dont clean off the s…
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They start to grow around spring time. March at the earliest and late April at the latest.
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Normally the giver of a flower bouquet just happens to like the way the flowers look, or he knows they are a favorite flower or favorite color of the one who receives the bouquet. There is very little thought as to symbolism. Here is a list of some of the symbols connected with daffodils: Easter …
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Leave in the ground until the foliage goes yellow, late May. Leaves can then be cut away
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Yes. It is advised not to transfer them while in bloom though. You can also store them over the winter indoors. See the related link for more information on daffodils.
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the poem daffodils gives the message that the nature is one which makes us happy when we are sad. he is also praising the beauty of the nature and daffodils. he tells that the real weath is the happiness not the money.the beauty of nature fills the heart with pleasure.
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In the poem, 'The Daffodils' the poet William Wordsworth has described how he once came across a number of daffodils moving in the breeze. The beauty of the daffodils fascinated the poet and it became a pleasant experience for him.The poet has compared himself to a floating cloud passing over hills …
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Yes. All parts of the daffodil plant are poisonous or toxic to horses. This plant contains alkaloids which affect the nervous system. High amounts can be fatal. Please see the related links below for more information.
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I believe it was William Wordsworth. bruh u wrong
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A monocot (monocotyledon) is one of the two major groups of flowering plants (angiosperms). The amaryllis family, which includes the daffodil, has a bulb which produces one seed-leaf. That is the requirement for monocots - one cotyledon or seed leaf at the sprouting stage of growth.
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It is believed, since his sister did record a day that they visited an area in the Lake District of England in her journal, that William Wordsworth is the speaker of the poem "Daffodils". The visit was in 1802 and the poem was first written in 1804. It is written as a memorty of a time when the daff…
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Daffodils are a bulb and bulbs are good at storing their own water reserves. You shouldn't over water them. Water your little pot with about 1/2 cup of water every 4 or 5 days (or whenever the soil goes dry to the touch). Bulbs are also almost completely oblivious to having more soil around them... …
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The poem "Daffodils" was written by William Wordsworth in 1807. It is about the death of his brother which leads him into a deep loneliness. In the poem Wordsworth wants to be secluded and away from the crowds as he wanders through the daffodils in remembrance of his brother.
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Daffodils grow in the spring from a bulb. They do have seeds, but it takes a good five years to get a flower from a daffodil seed, so most people plant the bulbs. They need to be in a well drained area, in sun or partial shade, and the bulb can adapt to most soils. Once the temperature is right, the…
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it grows up to 10 cm
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The theme of the poem "Daffodils" is its loneliness and beauty of the nature. William Wordsworth especially wrote poems based on romanticism and loneliness of human beings.The theme of the poem "Daffodils" is its loneliness and beauty of the nature. William Wordsworth especially wrote poems based on…
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Daffodils are attractive, trumpet-shaped flowers that for many people signal the start of spring. They grow from bulbs, not seeds, and should be planted in the fall so that they will bloom early in the spring.
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Plant daffodils from 6-9 inches deep depending on their size. Daffodills should be planted twice the depth of the bulb in light soil and half that depth in heavy wet soil.
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Daffodil Day was invented by the Cancer Council. In 2014, Daffodil Day will be celebrated on August 22. The Cancer Council raised over 9 million dollars in 2103 for the cause.
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The basic idea is the man is sitting in his garden by a stream and just watching the daffodils move in the wind.
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Like many of Wordsworth's poems, the central idea of "Daffodils" is the beauty of nature. The speaker encounters a field full of daffodils waving in the breeze and is overcome with delight watching them. After leaving the field, he often thinks of the flowers when he is bored or melancholy and the m…
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Horses tend to love the taste of milkweed. However, consuming milkweed can lead to death in less than 24 hours.
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Narcissus.
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A shrub is a perennial, multibranched, woody plant which is shorter than a tree at under 20 feet tall. A herbaceous perennial is a plant of very short stature (generally under 2 feet), which grows during 2 seasons, dies back and sleeps for two seasons, to return the next year. A daffodil fits the…
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No, daffodils are perennials. When you plant the bulb in the fall, it remains dormant until spring when it shoots up new growth. The bulb stores up food made by the leaves through photosynthesis and uses it to send up shoots again the following year. Bulbs multiply underground and can be separated a…
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In temperate climates, and flower among the earliest blooms in spring. They need a sunny, well drained, slightly acidic soilIn temperate climates, and flower among the earliest blooms in spring. They need a sunny, well drained, slightly acidic soil
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Wealth, good fortune, hope, forgiveness, friendship, happiness, new beginnings, promise, optimism, faith, truth, many more :) try doing a google search
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The meaning of life and the love of nature.
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Daffodils can reproduce sexually, so, yes, they do have pollen. It is located in the center of the flower on six stamens which are very close to the style. There are no reported allergies to daffodil pollen, which is good news for spring hayfever victims.
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In the poem "I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud", also known as "Daffodils" by William Wordsworth, these are the rhyming words: Verse 1 Lines 1 & 3: Cloud + crowd Verse 1 Lines 2 & 4: Hills + daffodils Verse 1 Lines 5 & 6: Trees + breeze Verse 2 Lines 1 & 3: They + gay Verse 2 Lines 2 &am…
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it is the emblem of wales because daffodils herald the summer in wales and it has become the most favoured emblem
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The poem is a memory or reflection which, when mentally revisited, brings peace, calm or another pleasant emotion to the individual. The poem implies a unity between nature and man.
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Here are some of the medical uses for daffodils: There is a chemical in daffodil tissues that is being used to treat Alzheimer's Disease. It is a medical herb used for inducing vomiting. As a medical herb, it has been used a "plaster of daffodil" to treat skin wounds, burns, strains and joint pain…
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The daffodil can be used with other ingredients to treat wounds on the skin. Daffodil is also used in prescription medicines in the treatment of some diseases.
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Daffodils produce seeds but most people divide daffodils from the bulbs.
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It is the national flower of Wales, they are native to Europe, West Asia, North Africa and grow throughout the world where conditions are satisfactory
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The scientific name of the wild daffodil is Narcissus pseudo-narcissus. With the explosion of cultivars, there may be as many as 200 different species of what people commonly call a daffodil. The word "narcissus" comes from a Greek word meaning "numbness" referring to the alkaloids in the plant whic…
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Daffodils grow in the spring from a bulb. They do have seeds, but it takes a good five years to get a flower from a daffodil seed, so most people plant the bulbs. They need to be in a well drained area, in sun or partial shade, and the bulb can adapt to most soils. Once the temperature is right, the…
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Examples of Figures of SpeechStanza 1Alliteration: lonely as a cloud (line 1).Simile: Comparison (using as) of the speaker's solitariness to that of a cloud (line 1).Personification: Comparison of the cloud to a lonely human. (line 1)Alliteration: high o'er vales and Hills (line 2).Alliteration: Whe…
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As soon as the ground thaws from the winter's cold temperatures, the daffodil bulb awakens to begin the new year. When exactly this is depends on the location and weather for any particular year. The daffodil has long been referred to as the herald of spring, and that it does. When you're sick and t…
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When a daffodil sprouts and puts out leaves, stem and finally a bud depends entirely on the soil temperature. There is no set germination like you would find with summer annuals or veggies in your garden. Once the bulb starts to produce vegetation, it takes about 20 days before you get the bud and p…
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No Hamsters can eat Daffodils :D
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The literal and scientific fact was that Wordsworth saw a large bed of wild daffodils besides a lake, agitated by the spring wind. The rest is all imagination.
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There are a few reasons a daffodil might not bloom. The clump has not been divided in a while, and there is not enough space/nutrients for a full bloom. The clump was divided when the flowers were blooming, so that the bulbs did not store enough energy for the next year's blooms. These plants grew…
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Yes, daffodils DO have a fruit. However it is not a fruit that we eat like an apple, but a dry seed capsule. Daffodils have two ways to reproduce: Asexually by bulbs producing clones of the parent plant. Sexually through seeds producing new and interesting hybrids. For the home gardener, it is …
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Wildtype daffodils are generally a plain, dull, yellow color. I look at them and feel like they are starved for attention. There is no "pink" gene for color in the daffodil. The pinks are really a muted or diluted orange that is easy to manipulate in pictures. They should be called salmon or apricot…
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All Narcissus (daffodils included) contain an alkaloid poison called lycorine. If ingested it will cause vomiting in humansas well as high blood pressure, headaches, blurred vision, irregular heartbeat and possibly death. Accidental ingestion is due to someone mistaking a daffodil bulb for an onion …
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They are members of the genus Narcissus. Family name Amaryllidaceae
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