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March is the month that paves the way for the coming of spring. This is the time where flowers start to bloom in a warmer weather. Fresh from winter, a lot of flower varieties start to bloom in March as they welcome spring, the most awaited part of the season.

The Birth Flower

Just like stones, flowers also play a significant role in the months of the year. As the stone of the month has a meaning behind it, the flower of the month also symbolizes relevance. Often times, the flowers symbolize feelings and affections, especially the feelings that are not easy to express and show.

Daffodil as the Birth Flower of March

The birth flower of the month of March is the daffodil. The daffodil symbolizes unequaled love for someone. May it be an unequaled love for someone special such as a lover, a partner, or a spouse, or the unequaled love of a parent to a child and vice versa, the daffodil flower has the best role in expressing it. The daffodil flower also symbolizes domestic happiness, and whether given to the mother, to the father, or the children, daffodil gives out the meaning “you are an angel to me.” Giving daffodil has also an underlying meaning of desire for affection from someone. It also conveys sympathy, concern, and care.

The Characteristics of Daffodil

The daffodil flower is also commonly known in the names Jonquil and Narcissus which makes its scientific name Narcissus jonquilla. This type of flower has three shades—white, orange, and yellow. Though there are also varieties that have a hint of pink and lime green. The most common daffodil is the yellow variety, which makes it popular among the varieties of daffodil. Though it is the birth flower of March, daffodils usually bloom in the early February and lasts up until the latter part of May. It has six petals that all together resemble an interesting trumpet-like shape. What make its stems unique are its being leafless all throughout, as well as its ability to hold from one to twenty fully-bloomed daffodils.

Daffodils and History

The daffodils played a huge, but a bit funny, role in history. For one, the Romans brought daffodils to Britain, thinking that these flowers had healing powers. The Arabs, on the other hand, used the daffodil juice as their means of curing baldness—to no avail. For its more relevant roles in history, the daffodil was used as the emblem of Wales and was worn every March 1 in the celebration of St. David's Day. History has it that poisonous daffodils were brought by Roman soldiers to make them die faster shall they be heavily wounded during the battle.

Other Flowers that Grow in March

Apart from daffodils, the flowers that bloom in March also include most varieties of orchids, bird of paradise, peach blossom, sweet pea, poppy, heather or heath, hyacinth, gardenia, corn flower, camellia, crocus, some lilies such as casa blanca and gloriosa, stargazer, lilac, rose, and apple blossom.



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SNO Flowers Name Flowers Common Names Flowers Description
1 Alstroemeria peruvian lily miniature lilies‚ with spotted or striped markings‚ shaded colour‚ or
2 Amaryllis knight star Amaryllis have large flamboyant starry trumpets which Spring from huge papery bulbs.
3 Ammi queen Anne's lace Ammi has the same flower shape as
4 Anemone windflower Anemone flowers managed to produce in the last few years‚ are remarkable‚ and
5 Anigozanthos kangaroo paw Anigozanthas has long furry‚ velvety buds that open the tip of the stems
6 Anthurium flamingo flower Their unmistakable glossy heart-shaped flower
7 Bouvardia Bouvardia Bouvardia are certainly not common flowers. If you study them closely‚ you find
8 Carnation Carnation The carnation isone large flower per stem‚ or a spray carnation with lots of
9 Cattleya Orchid corsage orchid The leaves are sold as Orca
10 Chincherinchee Chincherinchee Their flowers‚ bell and star-shaped‚ are showy and sometimes very
11 Chrysanthemum ox-eye daisy The chrysanthemum is depicted on Japan's imperial weapon and
12 Craspedia drumstick Craspedia is Small‚ golden globular head tightly packed with florets on long‚
13 Cymbidium Orchid Cymbidiun hybrid Sprays of 8 -10 large broad-petalled flowers on long
14 Dendrobium Orchid King orchid Sprays of 10-12 dainty flowers on slender stems‚ often like daffodils in
15 Eremurus foxtail lily Each flowerspike‚ over one metre long‚ is made up of hundreds of tiny starry
16 Eryngium sea holly The plant has deepy-cut leaves shaped like holly‚ and sometimes just as
17 Eucharis amazon lily Each stem bears at least two flowerheads and often up to
18 Forsythia Forsythia Forsythia is well known as a garden plant‚ but is also available as a cut flowering
19 Freesia Freesia Freesias are among the most popular and widely grown cut flowers in the world‚ with
20 Gerbera transvaal daisy Gerbera are little hairs on the stem act as gerbera?s leaves‚ so if they are put
21 Gypsophila baby's breath Gypsophila has many slender branching stems‚ each bearing many tiny button-shaped
22 Heliconia species lobster claw The variety shown here has upright facing flowers; some forms‚ called hanging
23 Hyacinth hyacinth Nowadays the cut flowers are sold with roots intact at the bottom to make the flowers
24 Hypericum st john's wort Remove the leaves as these fade quickly and are not as ornamental as the
25 Iris Bearded The popularity of irises over the centuries has been demonstrated in the still life
26 Leucospermum pincushion protea Leucospermum are very strange looking flowers‚ almost like plastic pan
27 Lilac lilac The cut flower is far more glamorous than the shrub with long branches laden with
28 Lily lilium The lily was the holy flower of the ancient
29 Limonium sea lavender Limonium flowers look stunning en masse‚ by themselves or as an ideal
30 Lisianthus eustoma Lisianthus has been one of the most popular flowers exhibited by the Flowers & Plants
31 Marguerite marguerite Marguerite are Often available as small bushes or potted
32 Moluccella bells of Ireland Moluccella is bell shaped calyxes enclosing the tiny real white fragrant flowers inside
33 Muscari grape hyacinth Muscari is well known as garden plants‚ but now they are also available as cut
34 Narcissus tazetta narcissus have sap which is toxic to other
35 Oncidium Orchid golden shower orchid Delicate sprays of tiny flowers‚ shaped like skirted dancing
36 Orchids Orchids The world's largest orchid can grow to 20 metres
37 Paphiopedilum Orchid lady's slipper orchid One or two flowers per stem‚ shaped like helmets with moustaches
38 Phalaenopsis Orchid moth orchid Sprays of up to 15 large waxy flat oval-shaped flowers on long
39 Phlox Garden Phlox Phlox are very thirsty flowers so keep the water topped
40 Protea sugarbush The flower is surrounded by colourful
41 Ranunculus turban buttercup Ranunculus was so good-looking that he was loved by
42 Rose rose The red rose is the symbol of England and is worn on St George's Day. It is also the
43 Rudbeckia coneflower Large yellow daisy-like flower head with a domed
44 Stock stock Stock is a Tall‚ strong stem with a cluster of sweet-scented‚ double flowers
45 Strelitzia bird of paradise Purchase Strelitzia when the first flower bud is fully
46 Sunflower Common Sunflower Sun flower is large flower head with usually a big dark centre and bright yellow
47 Sweet Pea sweet pea Sweet pea Keep cool‚ always in water‚ and away from ripening
48 Tuberose tuberose Tuberose is therefore more commonly used in bridal
49 Tulip tulip Tulips are the third-biggest selling flower in Holland and are also very popular in the
50 Vanda Orchid Vanda Orchid Vanda orchid is Elegant five petalled flowers‚ several to a
51 Viburnum Opulus Black Haw Shrub‚ with heads of globular lace-cap type flowers‚ from pale green to
52 Zantedeschia arum The petals are fleshy and very easily bruised‚ take care when transporting or