Common name : Trumpet-Flowered Narcissus

Scientific name : Narcissus sp. Jonquilla

Family : Amaryllidaceae

Native land : Mediterranean region, Northern Africa and Middle East

Daffodils are perennials. They bloom from March to May. These daffodils have blooms with flattened outer petals and trumpet-shaped cups that flare from their base to a wide, open rim. The flowers come in a wide variety of shades of red, orange, yellow, green, white, and pink. The bulbs of the daffodil as well as every other part of the plant are powerfully emetic, and the flowers are considered slightly poisonous, especially for children. In France, Narcissus flowers have been used as an anti-spasmodic.

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