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Daffodils are a symbol of Wales. On St. David's Day, if you live in Wales, you will probably wear a daffodil or a leek (a kind of onion) in your lapel today, and you might attend a community parade, a school concert, or a poetry recitation.
Daffodil. They are native to meadows and woods in Europe, North Africa and West Asia, with a center of distribution in the Western Mediterranean. It is frequently linked to the Greek myth of Narcissus, who became so obsessed with his own reflection that as he knelt and gazed into a pool of water, he fell into the water and drowned. In some variations, he died of starvation and thirst. In both versions, the narcissus plant sprang from where he died.