To help everyone spread a bit of springtime cheer this St. Davids day we are offering this stunning box of 100 cut Daffodils for only £17!They will be tied and wrapped and inside a box with a beautiful gift tag, so sending 100 stems to celebrate St David's Day is bound to cheer the recipient up whatever their nationality. Order yours today and they will be sent out for delivery on 1st March. http://www.greatbritishflorist.co.uk/occasions/100-cut-daffodils-st-davids-day.html
Daffodils have long been considered the heralds of Spring - Yellow Trumpets that spend all winter developing their roots underground before the flowers burst through in Spring. The traditional emblem of Wales (along with the Leek of course) is the Daffodil. Dewi Sant (St David) was a Celtic monk, abbot and bishop, who lived in the sixth century. He spread the word of Christianity across Wales. St. Davids day is the 1st March - the first day of spring. One of the most famous stories about Saint David tells how he was preaching to a huge crowd but they couldn't all see him. The ground is said to have risen up, so that he ended up standing on a hill which meant that his congregation had a much better chance of seeing and hearing him.