These Beautiful March Blooms Will Help You Capture The Spring Spirit

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Who isn't ready for the start of spring? There's the promise of warmer weather and growing flowers -- not to mention it's been scientifically proven that sunshine can make us happier. But the beautiful blooms aren't just a symbol of the season -- they also carry meaning. Daffodils and jonquils, the birth flowers of March, represent love and sympathy. Next time you need a little mindful break from the final leg of winter, check out the slideshow below and get inspired to embody the true spring spirit.

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