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Types of Daffodils

Angel's-Tears​
Angel's-Tears​

The white flowers are later than most of my daffodils. The only drawback is their very strong "fragrance" if brought inside for bouquets. Some folks like it, my DH hates it.

Bunch-​Flowered Daffodil​
Bunch-​Flowered Daffodil​

Bunch-flowered Dafodill is fragrant, with the major constituent in the essential oil being trans-Ocimene at 61% (but this seems to be for the cultivar Narcissus tazetta var. chinensis), whereas another source claims that Benzyl Acetate, Linalool and 1,8-Cineole are in the headspace of the true Narcissus tazetta ssp. tazetta.

Cyclamen-​Flowered Daffodil​
Cyclamen-​Flowered Daffodil​

Find help & information on Narcissus cyclamineus (13) cyclamen-flowered daffodil from the RHS

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Jonquil​
Jonquil​

Common daffodils have single blossoms and flat, strappy leaves. “Throughout my life, I’ve heard those yellow spring bulbs referred to as daffodils, jonquils, narcissus, and buttercups.

Narcissus ​Alcaracensis​
Narcissus ​Alcaracensis​

Narcissus is a genus of predominantly spring perennial plants of the Amaryllidaceae (amaryllis) family. Various common names including daffodil, daffadowndilly, narcissus, and jonquil are used to describe all or some members of the genus. Narcissus has conspicuous flowers with six petal-like tepals surmounted by a cup- or trumpet-shaped corona.

Narcissus ​Assoanus​
Narcissus ​Assoanus​

Narcissus: Species: N. assoanus: Binomial name; Narcissus assoanus Dufour ex Schult. & Schult.f. Distribution range: Synonyms; Narcissus assoi Dufour ex Graells; Narcissus herminicus Link ex Willk. & Lange; Narcissus juncifolius var. assoanus (Dufour ex Schult. & Schult.f.) Nyman; Narcissus × odorus subsp. assoanus (Dufour ex Schult. & Schult.f.) K.Richt.

Narcissus ​Asturiensis​
Narcissus ​Asturiensis​

Miniature daffodils (Narcissus asturiensis) give you all the beauty of larger daffodil varieties but in a small package. They only grow about 4 inches tall, and each 1 1/2-inch flower is a perfectly formed trumpet-shaped daffodil bloom. Like standard daffodil varieties, the miniatures flower in ...

Narcissus ​Hispanicus​
Narcissus ​Hispanicus​

Narcissus hispanicus, the Spanish daffodil, or Great daffodil, is a plant species native to France, Spain and Portugal. It is naturalized in the United Kingdom and cultivated elsewhere.

Narcissus ​Longispathus​
Narcissus ​Longispathus​

Commonly known as daffodils, the characteristic trumpet- or funnel-shaped flowers of the Narcissus genus are often considered as heralds of spring , and Narcissus longispathus is no exception. A perennial species, Narcissus longispathus produces a large, single flower, which has a distinctive pale greenish-yellow perianth.

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Narcissus ​Romieuxii​
Narcissus ​Romieuxii​

Narcissus romieuxii is an early flowering species of daffodil. It is a distinctive Narcissus species with dark green rush-like foliage. The flowers have narrow perianth segments, while the trumpet is wide and flaring. It blooms in mid to late winter. There are many subspecies and cultivars, with flowers in many shades of white and yellow.

Paperwhite ​Narcissus​
Paperwhite ​Narcissus​

Narcissus papyraceus (from papyrus and aceus; meaning paper-like), one of a few species known as paperwhite, is a perennial bulbous plant native to the Mediterranean region, from Greece to Portugal plus Morocco and Algeria. The species is considered naturalized in the Azores, Corsica, Texas, California and Louisiana.

Petticoat ​Daffodil​
Petticoat ​Daffodil​

In this species the characteristic central trumpet, or corona, looks like a widely flaring cone - hence the nickname "hoop-petticoat daffodil", while the much less prominent supporting petals are little more than threads.

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Poet's ​Narcissus​
Poet's ​Narcissus​

Narcissus poeticus (poet's daffodil, poet's narcissus, nargis, pheasant's eye, findern flower, and pinkster lily) was one of the first daffodils to be cultivated, and is frequently identified as the narcissus of ancient times (although Narcissus tazetta and Narcissus jonquilla have also been considered as possibilities).

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Primrose ​Peerless​
Primrose ​Peerless​

Narcissus yellow stripe virus, basal rot, slugs, large narcissus fly and bulb and stem eelworm may cause problems. Contact with the daffodil's sap may irritate the skin or aggravate skin allergies.

Wild Daffodil​
Wild Daffodil​

Narcissus pseudonarcissus is a perennial flowering plant. This species has pale yellow flowers, with a darker central trumpet. The long, narrow leaves are slightly greyish green in colour and rise from the base of the stem. The plant grows from a bulb. The flowers produce seeds, which when germinated, take five to seven years to produce a flowering plant.

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