Recent Examples of narcissus from the Web
Amazon lilies have year-round green foliage and narcissus-like blooms for the winter months.
There's a fern garden, and cyclamen, narcissus, erythronium and trillium bring more color to the scene.
In January, a vegan blogger in San Francisco posted on Instagram a fruity pink pudding made from chia seeds, garnished with blueberries and gorgeous white flowers: paperwhite narcissus.
Inspired by the Mamonde Garden in Seoul, South Korea, these products are all infused with floral essences, including damask rose for its soothing properties, hibiscus for moisture, and narcissus for replenishing the skin.
Refrigerate crocus, daffodils, hyacinth, narcissus and tulips for forcing.
If planted in past years, perennial spring-flowering bulbs — such as narcissus, daffodil, star flower and snowflake — will produce foliage over the winter.
Begin forcing amaryllis and paper white narcissus for indoor displays.
Bulbs: African iris, agapanthus, amaryllis, blackberry lily, bulbine, calla lily, crinum, crocosmia, day lily, gladiolus, kaffir lily, narcissus, society garlic, spider lily, rain lilies and walking iris.
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Origin and Etymology of narcissus
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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