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Narcissus Flower Print

Tamar Chkhaidze

Georgia

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December Birth Flower: Narcissus The narcissus is the December birth flower and symbolizes good wishes, faithfulness, and respect. The narcissus can often be confused with the daffodil, the birth flower for March, which is a type of narcissus. Although most narcissus flowers are spring flowers, several species bloom in the winter, such as the paperwhite narcissus — making it appropriate as the birth flower for December. -According to the Victorian “Language of Flowers” giving someone a narcissus means that they are “the only one.” - In Kurdish culture, the narcissus is a symbol of the new year. - Similarly, in Chinese culture, the narcissus symbolizes the Chinese New Year because it is one of the - - - first flowers to bloom in the spring. It is also a symbol of wealth and good fortune for the coming year. As a symbol of hope, the narcissus has become an emblem for cancer societies around the world. March’s Birth Flower Daffodil is just a nickname. The botanical or Latin name is “Narcissus” March’s flower is sometimes called the jonquil. However, note that this term is sometimes misused; jonquil is one group of daffodils, not all daffodils. The Royal Horticultural Society divides Narcissus into 13 divisions from the large showy cup to trumpets to jonquils (division 7) to wild variants. What Do Daffodils Symbolize? Naturally, the primary significance of the daffodil is that it represents the coming of spring. However, the flower has many other meanings, too. It can symbolize creativity and renewal, but it can also symbolize inspiration, memory, and forgiveness. In many cases, the daffodil can be used to represent a sense of awareness and inner reflection. There are many colors of daffodils, too. These trumpet-shaped blooms can be found in all kinds of shades, including yellow, pastel, white, pink, and green. What Does a Yellow Daffodil Symbolize? The most common color of daffodil you will find, a yellow daffodil usually symbolizes rebirth and the arrival of spring. It blooms just after the winter months are needed so it can be used to symbolize strength, overcoming obstacles, and success, too.

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Print:Giclee on Fine Art Paper

Size:8 W x 10 H x 0.1 D in

Frame:White

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I'm an artist and a creative person. I create original art. All my artworks are hand-painted - I create oil paintings, Oil on canvas. I also use Acrylic, watercolor, and pastels. My main Themes in the painting are - flower painting, portraits, abstract painting, figurative art, landscapes, seascapes, cityscapes.

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