The daffodil - pure springtime happiness! The promise of warmer days and new beginnings just around the corner.
Nobody captured that annual sighting of daffodils better than William Wordsworth when he said:
“I wandered lonely as a cloud. That floats on high o’ver vales and hills, When all at once I saw a crowd, A host of golden daffodils.”
Every Spring the daffodils return reminding of they can survive even the harshest conditions. The Canadian Cancer Society has taken that sentiment to heart and has embraced the strength of the daffodil and uses it as it’s symbol for it’s annual Daffodil Campaign.
This April, let’s all support the Canadian Cancer Society, their Daffodil Campaign and the ground breaking research and programs , that give those affected by cancer hope and courage as they face their harshest conditions.
Daffodil Fun Facts:
Birth flower for the month of March
Tenth wedding anniversary flower
National flower of Wales
Language of flowers meaning: New beginnings