By Kamanika Mohottige




Bright and beautiful Daffodils are the birth flower for March.
All daffodils are members of the genus called Narcissus. According to Greek mythology, Narcissu was a young and very handsome hunter. A water nymph fell madly in love with him, but he could not return her affections because of his intense vanity. The nymph cast a spell on him, causing him to be so enchanted by his own likeness mirrored in the water’s edge that he eventually faded away leaving a daffodil on the spot .
Some people even like the way that daffodils bob their heads in the wind as Narcissus bends down to stare at his own reflection.
As a the first to bloom in spring, daffodils are symbols of rebirth and hope. They signify new life and resilience as they are strong little survivors of rough winter storms. Also a symbol to appreciate life and being alive.
The daffodil is also the Welsh National Flower.….
Coloured Pencils on Paper
🌼. Daffodils Greeting card 10.5cm x 15cm
🌼 .Blank inside for your own Message
🌼.With White Envelope
🌼.Wrapped in a Biodegradable Cellophane sleeve to protect the beautiful card.
🌼.The Cellophane is biodegradable so it doesn’t harm our beautiful planet.
🌼. £2.50 each.
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