DAFFIE - What does DAFFIE stand for? The Free Dictionary
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Our pubs will be packed with boisterous boyos and when I heard the supply of daffies had dried up I thought we would try to help them out.
The single scented claret Blood Red is essential cheer among the daffies and tulips and the perfume these wee things produce is quite powerful.
I don't care if the daffies cost more, or all the strawberry creams have been scoffed before you open your box of Milk Tray.
Fine array of daffies and 30 display areas to inspire suburban gardeners.
In 1870, William Robinson started a long-lasting craze inspired by vast displays of wild daffies in meadows.