Narcissus or Narcissus is one of the ornamental plants of the amaryllis family. Its breathtaking beauty, fragrance, benefits and meanings, It made it one of the most popular flowers among the people.
What is the story of the narcissus flower? And what do you know about her?
Narcissus flower facts:
The origin of narcissus cultivation goes back to Europe and the Mediterranean countries. Its flowers bloom in spring, To be used in the perfumes, pharmaceuticals and medical preparations industry.
There are many different types of daffodils. There are more than 50 species and more than 13,000 varieties. Such as: daffodil, Narcissus poet.
Its shapes vary, some of which take the shape of a trumpet, Including what takes the form of a cup.
Its colors are yellow, in addition to white, rose, orange and green.
daffodils tolerate drought, But it does not tolerate salty soil, It needs sunlight and plenty of water for its growth.
The reason for the name Narcissus:
Speaking of Narcissus, It is interesting to mention his ancient Greek myth, Which was the reason behind its name.
The summary of the legend is that there is a prince called Narcissus who was taken aback by his goodness and beauty. One day, he saw the reflection of his image on the lake’s water page. When he looked at him he lost his balance and fell on his face. Then he died. Hence the name Narcissus in English (Narcissus).
Narcissus flower meanings:
The beautiful daffodils that bloom in spring teach us many meanings. They bloom, above all, as a wonderful indication that winter is over. And now spring has come; So he views those flowers as a symbol of rebirth and new beginnings in anything, For example, it is suitable as a bouquet for a graduate to start his new working life.
Narcissus also usually symbolizes friendship. He was guided among friends as an expression of that. It is also gifted when celebrating the tenth anniversary of marriage; It is a symbol of joy, pleasure and joy.
on the other hand, Narcissus flowers represent inspiration, creativity and vitality. In addition to wealth and wealth.
It was also said that it symbolizes vanity and unrequited love, according to Greek myth.
Did you see how this flower contained so many meanings? It was also included in poems from a long time ago, Abu Nawas says:
Nargis has juicy picking like
If we give him eyes eyes
Violation in their form and yellow
The place of blackness and whiteness of the eyelids
Do not hesitate to order a bouquet of daffodils, With a card with the cutest words in it,