Pasque Flowers


Pasque flowers – The name comes from Passover, and from their to their connection with Easter. That fits well with the festival because they bloom in early Spring – even in Edinburgh.

They grow wild in the UK, which is hard to believe with more and more wild flowers becoming rare because of lack of habitat.

2 thoughts on “Pasque Flowers

    1. How interesting – and in English daffodils are the common name of flowers in the Narcissus family – with the origin in Greek mythology and narcissism. Curiouser and curiouser 🙂


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