daffodil daffodil  /ˈdæ fə ˌdɪl/


  • (n) any of numerous varieties of Narcissus plants having showy often yellow flowers with a trumpet-shaped central crown


  1. The sun is shining in an azure sky, mockingbirds are chirping in the snow-white blossoms of the pear trees, and the bees are buzzing from one glorious daffodil to another.
  2. The daffodil fields near Wordsworth's home have since been thinned by hungry sheep and marauding tourists.
  3. The new members like the Greek daffodil pickers see a very different image from their end of the telescope.


  • Scituate Garden Club: Order daffodil bulbs for fall

    The golden glow of this year’s display of daffodils has dimmed into a memory, but Scituate Garden Club is once again sponsoring a Daffodil Bulb Sale to ensure a more spectacular vision of these early spring bloomers in gardens and along the roadside for next year.
    on June 10, 2013     Source: Scituate Mariner

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