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jonquil:

see amaryllisamaryllis
, common name for some members of the Amaryllidaceae, a family of mostly perennial plants with narrow, flat leaves and with lilylike flowers borne on separate, leafless stalks.
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jonquil

1. a Eurasian amaryllidaceous plant, Narcissus jonquilla with long fragrant yellow or white short-tubed flowers
2. any of various other small daffodil-like plants
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Catharine, a bright yellow and green sign with nine jonquils representing the founders of the congregation welcomes visitors to "Jonquil Ridge," seven acres of former pastureland now set aside to model simple and sustainable living.
Catalogs often lump small daffodils together under one heading - "miniatures" - but these diminutive types might actually be jonquils, species, or other forms.
The jonquils have bloomed and the azaleas are budding, which means it's time for Erling Jensen's new Spring menu to arrive.
Also known as narcissus and even jonquils, they are also associated with Lent and referred to as the Lent Lily.
As well as the large yellow flowered daffodils there are many two-coloured flower varieties, or dainty jonquils and my favourites, the small rockery varieties.
The trouble is that many of the young bimbos with PR degrees and the like - the Tamsins and the Jonquils - don't seem to know right from wrong either.
Thousands of jonquils welcome craftspeople, entertainers and visitors to Old Washington Historic State Park.
One Ferguson painting, Jonquils and Silver, is rare among oil paintings in that it loses nothing by being studied from just inches away.
The spring flowering bulbs will soon be in the shops, so look out for any with a striking perfume - jonquils, Narcissus Geranium and Barrett Browning, for example.
The name Narcissus comes from the Greek word ``narce,'' which means narcotic and refers to the intoxicating fragrance of paperwhites and certain close relations, such as jonquils, miniature daffodils that bloom in spring.
Motifs include daisies, morning glories, jonquils and lilac.
canaliculatus, 'Hawera', 'Jack Snipe', jonquils, 'Minnow', 'Tete-a-Tete').