Windflower, (Anemone nemorosa), (Greek word anemos=wind), is a flower personified in Greek mythology. The flower took its name from the wind because it's the wind that helps both in its blooming and whithering.
According to mythology was created from the mixture of wounded Adonis' blood and the nectar that Aphrodite poured into his wound.
The myth says that Aphrodite fell in love with a very handsome mortal, Adonis. God Mars who was Aphrodite's former lover, got jealous and one day that Adonis went hunting, he was transformed into a boar, attacked Adonis and hurt him.Aphrodite poured nectar into Adonis' wound and anemone was created.
Daffodil, (Narcissus is its botanic name), is also a flower personified in mythology as well.
Its name comes from Narcissus' myth.Narcissus was a very handsome young man. According to the myth he died either looking at his reflection in the waters of a lake or jumping into the lake to catch his reflection, thinking that it was the nymph who was living there. A flower grew at the point he died and it was given his name.
It expresses egoism.