Daffodil, also known as narcissus, is a spring perennial in the Amaryllis family. The flowers are generally white or yellow, although orange and pink exist in the garden varieties. They are native to meadows and woods in Europe, North Africa, and western Mediterranean.
Dianthus is a genus of about 300 species of plants, commonly known as "carnations". The species are mostly herbaceous perennials, with frilled or pinked margined flowers that range from pale to dark pink.
The dragon fruit, also known as "pitahaya", is originally native to Mexico but has become significant throughout Asia. The plant only blooms at night with large, white, fragrant flowers, and produces the fruit thats texture is sometimes likened to that of the kiwi because of its black, crunchy seeds. The flesh, which is eaten raw, is mildly sweet and low in calories. The dragon fruit sets on the cactus-like trees 30 to 50 days after flowering and can sometimes have 5 to 6 cycles of harvests per year.