Plan Your Stay on Cardigan Bay

Wild Daffodil - Wild Flowers of Wales

Wild Daffodil

Common Name: Wild Daffodil

Latin Name: Narcissus pseudonarcissus

Description: Wild daffodils are shorter than the long stemmed cultivated plants. They grow in small clumps, often at the base of trees and hedges.

Season: Late Winter - Early Spring

Colour: Yellow

More Information: During the 19th Century the daffodil seems to have replaced the leek as the plant of Wales, possibly because it flowers around March 1st - St. David's Day, and it is so beautiful

Location: Very early close to the coast - the Parrog at Newport or track to Penbryn Beach. Later in spring almost any shaded riverbank and lane.

If you are visiting The National Botanical Gardens or Aberglassney, The Garden Lost in Time, why not stay on the coast around Cardigan Bay. Enjoy the natural delights of this peaceful, un-crowded area. See the bottlenose dolphins and other marine wildlife. For full information on open gardens including opening times and facilities see The National Garden Scheme website www.ngs.org.uk