What do daffodils symbolize?


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Daffodils symbolize rebirth as well as a new beginning, especially in cold climates after a long winter. They are also used in religious ceremonies and bouquets to represent these concepts.

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Daffodils are popular early signs of spring and the Earth's rebirth after months of dormancy in growing zones with northern climates. In religious ceremonies, such as baptisms and communion, they are often placed on altars to symbolize rebirth. A couple starting over after troubled times can also share a daffodil bouquet as a symbol of making a new beginning and renewed commitment. Daffodils are also used as a symbol of a couple's 10th wedding anniversary.

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