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Jonquil also know as daffodil, narcissus, daffadowndilly is the birth flower for those born in March. The bright yellow or white is beautiful in their own right but more-so since they signal the arrival of spring and summer. This flower symbolizes efficiency and greatness on a business level as well as on a private level. Its also believed that the Jonquil flower simply brings out the best and worst in people, depending on how strong your character and desire is. When you want to make someone happy and encourage ambition a big bouquet of jonquils will surely do that as you will emphasize its uniqueness.
Every jonquil has about five or six flowers growing out of its bulb root. Jonquils are spring flowers and are among the first to bloom after winter. The Jonquil flower has many stories and myths linked to it and nations who cultivated it. The name Narcissus comes from the old Greek word Narkissos. Narkissos was a young man in Greek mythology who adored himself and his reflection so much, that he fell into the pond and drowned because he was too in love with his reflection in the water. The Jonquil also known as the narcissus flower got the name from this young man and his tragic story.
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