The daffodil symbol signifies the national flower of Wales as well as being a symbol of affection.
The daffodil is commonly worn on the feast day of St David, the patron saint of Wales. The day falls in the spring time on the 1st of March, the same time of year as the daffodil flowers. Although the tradition is relatively young, the daffodil has been strongly embraced as a part of Welsh culture.
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