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Narcissus Tazetta Gallery

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Choose from 8 pictures in our Narcissus Tazetta collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Narcissus tazetta, tazetta daffodil
Narcissus tazetta, tazetta daffodil
Mary Evans Prints Online

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Bunch-flowered narcissus (Narcissus tazetta) flower head, growing on limestone, Umbria, Italy. February
Bunch-flowered narcissus (Narcissus tazetta) flower head, growing on limestone, Umbria, Italy. February
Nature Picture Library

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Narcissus tazetta, 1836 (hand-coloured engraving)
Narcissus tazetta, 1836 (hand-coloured engraving)
Fine Art Finder

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Narcissus tazetta, tazetta
Narcissus tazetta, tazetta
Mary Evans Prints Online

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Narcissus tazetta, daffodil
Narcissus tazetta, daffodil
Mary Evans Prints Online

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Wild flowers Palestine Rose Sharon Narcissus Tazetta
Wild flowers Palestine Rose Sharon Narcissus Tazetta
Liszt Collection

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Narcissus Tazetta, Narcissus dubius; Narcisse douteux; Polyanthes Narcissus, cream
Narcissus Tazetta, Narcissus dubius; Narcisse douteux; Polyanthes Narcissus, cream
Liszt Collection

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Polygonatum sibiricum, Polygonatum sibiricum; Polygonatum de Siberie, Siberian Solomon's
Polygonatum sibiricum, Polygonatum sibiricum; Polygonatum de Siberie, Siberian Solomon's
Liszt Collection

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Polygonatum sibiricum, Polygonatum sibiricum; Polygonatum de Siberie, Siberian Solomon's Featured Image

Polygonatum sibiricum, Polygonatum sibiricum; Polygonatum de Siberie, Siberian Solomon's

Model Lotos Flower, Middle Kingdom, Late dynasty 11, ca. 20511981 B.C. From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Deir el-Bahri, Temple of Mentuhotep II, North Colonnade, Pit 5, 192223, Painted and plastered wood, H. 4 1/8 in. (10.5 cm), The water lily, more commonly known as the lotus, was one of the most ubiquitous plants and symbols of ancient Egypt. Its flower, which is either blue or white (Nymphaea coerulea and alba), closes up at night and reopens in the morning to reveal a central yellow circle radiating yellow petals

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