They are such cheerful flowers and one of the earliest to bloom. It is easy to understand their popularity. I have an additional reason to delight in their bright yellow heads bouncing in the March breeze. I make a natural dye from the fading flowers. I’ve also used them to make eco-prints on silk. I’ll collect and dry these blooms when they are past prime. Stay tuned for a daffodil dyeing project down the road.



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