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The flower itself is only sported by women, but the tattoo of this theme is sported by both men and women. This flower has been symbolic to many cultures across for a very long time. This flower carries a wide range of meanings. In a few cultures, daffodil is associated with fortune and good luck. In Greece, it was considered as a symbol of death.
The daffodil was adopted in the 20th Century as the national flower of Wales, because (in legend though not invariably in fact) it begins to bloom on Saint David's Day, March 1. Some have speculated that a paperwhite (a pure white daffodil) may have symbolized purity among the Druids, & so was coopted as a symbol of Saint David.