The Daffodils Garden. Someone calls them daffodils, someone narcissus, daffadowndilly, or jonquil but it all refers to the same conspicuous flowers that we all know, with six petal-like tepals, surmounted by a corona with cup or trumpet shape. The flowers usually appear to be white or yellow (orange or pink in garden varieties), while the tepals and corona could be either uniform or contrasting colored. Historical records imply that narciss have been cultivated from the earliest times, but they became more and more popular in Europe after the 16th century, and by the late 19th century were a vital commercial crop centered above all on the Netherlands. These days daffodils are popular as cut flowers and as ornamental plants in private and public gardens.
And now meet Patricia. It has been few years since Patricia deals with growing daffodils. As she explains, at the beginning, it was a completely new experience for her but now she can be proud of being one of the best breeders of daffodils in the country. Yes, it asked for a lot of work and commitment but she was prepared to give all of that and now she is quite satisfied by her business.
Patricia now likes to expand her business. Her plan is to collect enough money from her current business and open a flower shop in the center of the city. Until now she was selling her flowers to some resellers who dictated their own prices for the flowers but now Patricia is going one step further, selling the daffodils by herself. This way she could earn even more money and expand her business even more.