Tazmin Beckett with her daffodil which sprouted 10 heads. See SWNS story SWDAFF: A young girl reckons she’s got a head start if she ever wants to become a gardener, after the first ever daffodil she planted grew a single stem – and TEN HEADS. Balmy British weather is being blamed for the genetic mutation, after an extra nine heads sprouted from the single stem last week – making the one plant look like an entire bunch of flowers. Tazmin (corr) Beckett, 13, was given some bulbs to plant at the stables where she cares for a horse, last November, but never really expected much to grow. But when the young teen returned to the farm in Redhill, Surrey, on Saturday morning, she was over the moon to discover her blooming miracle.

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