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Jonquils are flowers which Amanda was absolutely fascinated with in the spring when she was courted by countless suitors, the so-called gentlemen callers, whose number in one particular week reached a total of seventeen.
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.
It's known to be the color of some of life's most pleasant things: spring's jonquils, sunshine and, of course, "Yellow Submarine.
It is the only place in the world where I have seen date palms and apple trees fruit side by side as well as walnuts, mulberry, roses, tobacco, liquorice, figs, oranges, pomegranates and little white autumn jonquils, all growing together in a blaze of brilliant colour.
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.
Further afield, the Coach House Studio Gallery in Warwick offers ceramics by Sally Lake, Zoe Petrie and Wendy Campbell-Briggs in a walled garden, and two artists showing as Jonquils Crafts in Lodge Crescent, Warwick, have home-made cake while visitors browse.
Most jonquils have vivid yellow flowers with small cups, fine, rush-like foliage and sweet fragrance.
Also known as narcissus and even jonquils, they are also associated with Lent and referred to as the Lent Lily.
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.