Daffodils are one of the most popular flowers grown, and for good reason. Their natural season is between January and March, which means they are one of the first bright and cheery daffodils to emerge in the depths of winter. The Daffodil's trumpet head connotes an almost musical quality, as if to herald the New Year is here and in full swing, and that something good can blossom even in the snow.
DAFFODILS Banish the clouds and brighten your home with a burst of fresh Pacific Northwest sunshine; 50 stems of these brilliant yellow Daffodils is a cheerful reminder that February won’t last forever.
Daffodils mean spring. For us, it has always been that simple. Forget birdsong, sunshine, groundhogs and crocuses; the moment the daffodils begin to bloom, we know that spring is here. Some flowers look best in simple arrangements sans greenery, like bright golden Daffodils (which, incidentally, should never be used in mixed bouquets; their stems emit a latex that can harm other flowers).