Daffodils herald spring and the awakening of nature with their trumpet-shaped blooms. They are among the few plant species that can successfully grow in snow. Also known as jonquil and narcissus, Daffodil is a species of flowering plant that belongs to the family Amaryllis.
There are about 60 species of wild daffodils. The plant originates from the Mediterranean, West Asia, Europe, and North Africa.
Daffodils are perennials that have a leafless stem with 1 to 20 flowers at the tip. Depending on the variety, it can reach a height of up to 20 inches. The bloom comprises a centrally placed trumpet-shaped crown surrounded by 6 petals, known as the perianth.
Daffodils are typically golden in color. However, there are new varieties of daffodils in pink, green, orange, yellow, and white. Cut flowers make gorgeous arrangements both at home flowers and in the garden.