Traducción de daffodil en español:

daffodil

narciso, n.

Pronunciación /ˈdæfəˌdɪl/ /ˈdafədɪl/

Ver definición en español de narciso

nombre

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    narciso masculino
    • Fall is the time to plant the tulips, daffodils and hyacinths that bloom in the spring.
    • The school grounds will soon be awash with bright yellow daffodils as the flowers emerge from their bulbs.
    • This daffodil produces a yellow flower with an extremely long trumpet.
    • A few inexpensive pots of snazzy red tulips, golden daffodils or purple crocus can brighten a dreary spring day.
    • On the way home we passed through a universe of early spring flowers - snowdrops and daffodils for the most part.
    • Volunteers are urgently needed to help plant daffodils and tulips bulbs.
    • Squirrels and other small creatures won't eat daffodils or other narcissi bulbs.
    • Laurel trees are budding and also daffodils and snowdrops are in bloom.
    • Yellow is the most cheerful of all colours, which is why it is so lovely to have daffodils and jonquils in the garden.
    • Snowdrops are in full bloom, and daffodils and hyacinth are following fast.
    • The crocuses and daffodils have come and gone, the magnolias and cherry trees are in bloom.
    • If crocuses and daffodils mark the beginnings of spring, tulips are surely its climax.
    • Bulb flowers such as daffodils should have their stems snipped across at an angle.
    • Splashes of yellow and pink are supplied by clumps of daffodils and bergenia.
    • The villagers have come from their gardens and planted the roadsides with daffodils.
    • Many hardy bulbs, such as daffodils, perennialize well and can be left in the ground to flower year after year.
    • The city will reap the benefit in the spring when daffodils and crocus give the city's parks and verges a splash of colour.
    • The narcissi, snowdrops and primuli are in bloom and the daffodils are starting to shoot.
    • The leek and the daffodil are also important Welsh symbols.
    • It's May again and the daffodils rear their predictable sunny, yellow heads.