SPRING: The daffodils at a long-defunct flower farm on the Point Reyes Peninsula, and in most other places in West Marin, are in full bloom as the spring equinox approaches.   David Briggs

Flowers we call daffodils, splashes of deep yellow poking up around coast hillsides in West Marin, are more properly called “narcissus.” They are longtime residents of the Laguna and Coast Trail area. To a gardener, they are also called jonquils or narcissus. Daffodils have larger flowers, whereas jonquils are hybrids of various species and narcissus are smaller flowers in . . .

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