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Flower House Signs with Daffodils

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Daffodils are beautiful plants that bloom in the spring, letting everyone know that the warmer weather is on its way. Seeing these flowers can be particularly uplifting after experiencing a long and cold winter just before.

They are popular as cut flowers, and you will often see them in people’s homes and public or private gardens in Spring. If you’re looking to bring some life into your garden, plant these in the Autumn season and then they will be able to spend a few months growing their roots allowing for them to flower when the time comes. But do not worry if you have missed this planting season, as winter Daffodil bulbs should be available to purchase from garden centres which you will be able to plant in December. They feature six petals surrounding a cup and are usually yellow or white producing a bright and colourful display.

Daffodils are easy to care for making them an easy plant to choose. Once they have finished flowering, you can leave the bulbs in the ground each year so that they can build up their strength. This means that they’re able to develop into a larger group for the next year while producing flower buds for when their time comes to flower again.

Daffodils are known to represent rebirth and new beginnings. As well as planting these in your garden, you can also include this flower on your house sign to portray this wonderful message with a beautiful hand-painted motif.

From start to finish, your sign will be in skilled hands.

We pride ourselves on the care and commitment taken for every sign we produce. Attention to detail is paid during each stage of the process; from laying out the sign details to hand-painting the design, right through to shipping. Our goal is to produce a beautiful sign that we can all be proud of.

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Village Green Signs

Since 1989 we have been producing bespoke hand painted house signs from our workshop in Hertfordshire. Each of our house plaques is cast as one piece in polyurethane resin and individually hand painted by our talented artists.