Daffodil Day & Flowers of March

Every months I will take a photos of the flowers which I will find during my sightseeing in County Carlow and around Carlow.

Flowers of February was Snowdrops and Crocuses.

Flowers who represents March are Daffodils, sometimes called jonquils or narcissus, are the birth flowers for March. Because they bloom in early spring, they symbolize new birth, beginnings, happiness and joy. When you see them first time you know there is a Spring.

Every year in March we have Daffodil Day in Ireland.

This year Daffodil Day is Today – Friday, 26 March 2021. Unfortunately again The Irish Cancer Society has taken the decision to cancel all Daffodil Day street collections and events due to Covid 19. We can make a donation on-line to support this Daffodil Day. Every donation will help The Irish Cancer Society to continue providing crucial services to adults and children with cancer and their families. We can also shop on-line daffodils gadgets (there is a lovely mask).

Besides Daffodils this March I took a photos of Daisies, Pansies, pink Hyacinths and colorful Primroses. Some beautiful red flowers looks like lillies, which I came across on my trip through The Barrow Way. I suppose they are Tulipa greigii, Greig’s tulip, it is a species of tulip native to Central Asia and Iran.

Flowers of March – Daffodil
Flowers of March – Daffodils
Flowers of March – Daffodils
Flowers of March – Greig’s tulip
Flowers of March – Greig’s tulip
Flowers of March – Pansy
Flowers of March – Greig’s tulip
Flowers of March – Greig’s tulip
Flowers of March – Greig’s tulip
Flowers of March – Daffodils
Flowers of March – Daffodils
Flowers of March – Daisy
Flowers of March – Hyacinths
Flowers of March – Primroses
Flowers of March – Daisy
Flowers of March – Pansy
Flowers of March – Greig’s tulip
Flowers of March – Daffodils
Flowers of March – Primroses
Flowers of March – Primroses
Flowers of March – Hyacinths
Flowers of March – Greig’s tulip

Malgorzata

Blogger. Volunteer. Enthusiast of photography, nature, architecture, and cultural events. Since 2014 living in County Carlow in Ireland.

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