No flower says cheerful, quite so well as the daffodil. As the birth flower of March, daffodils bloom at just the right time of year as we say goodbye to winter and look forward to spring.
First brought to the UK by the Romans, daffodils are thought to symbolise new beginnings and good fortune.
We're surrounded by banks of glorious daffs nearby, which always remind me of Worsworth's famous poem:
The sap from daffodils can irritate the skin and is also damaging to other flowers in the vase. If you are displaying daffodils with other blooms, just pop them in a separate vase after you've trimmed them for a few hours, before adding back to the main bouquet.