The daffodil is as synonymous with Wales as male voice choirs and rugby.
Described as ‘the ultimate patriotic symbol’, the daffodil is often seen among the crowds on rugby weekends, across Wales, but particularly in the capital.
This weekend, as Wales face England at home on Saturday, will be no exception.
One daffodil grower are urging fans to take part in the ‘Great Daff Giveaway’, in the build up to one of the most anticipated matches of the home international season.
Welsh company Blas y Tir has been growing daffodils in Wales for a decade, equating to 1.8 million bunches.
To celebrate this, and the fact they are aiming to produce their 2 millionth bunch this year, they will be giving away 10,000 daffodils to rugby fans before the game this weekend.
The team will be out in Westgate Street from 12pm on match day, handing out thousands of daffodils to rugby fans, along with pins to fix the blooms to their shirts.