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There are around 100 species of daffodil, or narcissus. Daffodil flowers have six leaves, including three petals and three sepals. The inner part of the flowers is bowl-shaped. Daffodils are often yellow, but other colors can be found. Daffodil bulbs and leaves are poisonous. The wild daffodil is often found in gardens in Europe and North America.

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