Daffodils

This page lists many of the daffodils that feature in articles I have written for pumpkinbeth.com

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Narcissus ‘Avalanche’ is a tazetta daffodil cultivar, from Division 8 of the Royal Horticultural Society’s Daffodil Classification System.  Narcissus ‘Avalanche’ produces up to fifteen flower heads per stem, displaying pretty, scented flowers that feature white petals and lemon yellow cups. In the UK, Narcissus ‘Avalanche’ usually blooms during March and April.

Narcissus ‘Baby Moon’ is a jonquil daffodil cultivar, from Division 7 of the Royal Horticultural Society’s Daffodil Classification System. Narcissus ‘Baby Moon’ is a dear little daffodil that produces a number of fragrant, yellow flowers.  This daffodil cultivar grows up to 25cm (10 inches) in height, making it an ideal choice for planting in containers. … Continue Reading →

Narcissus ‘Bridal Crown’ is a double daffodil cultivar, from Division 4 of the Royal Horticultural Society’s Daffodil Classification System.  Narcissus ‘Bridal Crown’ produces fragrant, cream coloured, double flowers that have a touch of orange at their centre. In the UK, Narcissus ‘Bridal Crown’ usually flowers during March and April.

Narcissus ‘Cheerfulness’ is a double daffodil cultivar, from Division 4 of the Royal Horticultural Society’s Daffodil Classification System. In the UK, Narcissus ‘Cheerfulness’ usually flowers during late March and April.  Each flowering stem that Narcissus ‘Cheerfulness’ produces, features three to four, creamy yellow, scented, double flowers with orange at their centre.

Narcissus ‘Chromacolor’ is a large-cupped daffodil, from Division 2 of the Daffodil Classification System.  This is a striking daffodil that really stands out due to its large, colourful flowers.

Narcissus ‘Curlew’ is a jonquil daffodil cultivar, from Division 7 of the Royal Horticultural Society’s Daffodil Classification System. Narcissus ‘Curlew’ produces multi headed flowering stems, which feature up to three flowers.  The flowers of Narcissus ‘Curlew’ open with white perianths with lemon yellow cups, as the flowers age, the daffodil trumpets fade to white to … Continue Reading →

Narcissus ‘Geranium’ is a tazetta daffodil cultivar, from Division 8 of the Royal Horticultural Society’s Daffodil Classification System. Narcissus ‘Geranium’ produces up to six, scented flowers per flowering stem, the flowers feature white perianths and vibrant orange cups. In the UK, Narcissus ‘Geranium’ usually flowers during April. Narcissus ‘Cragford’ is very similar in its appearance … Continue Reading →

Narcissus ‘Golden Dawn is a tazetta daffodil cultivar, from Division 8 of the Royal Horticultural Society’s Daffodil Classification System. Each Narcissus ‘Golden Dawn’ flowering stem produces up to five, fragrant flowers, which feature yellow perianths and orange cups. In the UK, Narcissus ‘Golden Dawn’ usually flowers during the middle March and into April.

Narcissus ‘Grand Primo’ is a tazetta daffodil cultivar, from Division 8 of the Royal Horticultural Society’s Daffodil Classification System. Each Narcissus ‘Grand Primo’ flowering stem produces clusters of scented flowers, which feature white perianths and lemon yellow cups. In the UK, Narcissus ‘Grand Primo’ usually flowers during March and April.

Narcissus ‘Grand Soleil d’Or’ is a tazetta daffodil cultivar, from Division 8 of the Royal Horticultural Society’s Daffodil Classification System.  In the UK, Narcissus ‘Grand Soleil d’Or’ flowers from March to April in the garden, although forced bulbs of course flower much earlier. Narcissus ‘Grand Soleil d’Or’ is a multi flowered, scented daffodil, which has … Continue Reading →

Narcissus ‘Hawera’ is a triandrus daffodil cultivar, from Division 5 of the Royal Horticultural Society’s Daffodil Classification System. Narcissus ‘Hawera’ produces a number of flowering stems, each flowering stem produces up to five, scented, yellow flowers with reflexed perianth segments. In the UK, Narcissus ‘Hawera’ usually flowers during April and May.

Narcissus ‘Hillstar’ is a jonquil daffodil cultivar, from Division 7 of the Royal Horticultural Society’s Classification System. Each Narcissus ‘Hillstar’ flowering stem produces two to three scented flowers, that open with a bright yellow colour, and fade to white as the flower ages.  The flower colour fades from yellow to white from the daffodil’s trumpet … Continue Reading →

Narcissus ‘Martinette’ is a tazetta daffodil cultivar, from Division 8 of the Royal Horticultural Society’s Daffodil Classification System. Each Narcissus ‘Martinette’ flowering stem produces four to five fragrant flowers, which feature bright yellow perianths and orange cups. In the UK, Narcissus ‘Martinette’ usually flowers during March and April.

Narcissus ‘Minnow’ is a tazetta daffodil cultivar, from Division 8 of the Royal Horticultural Society’s Daffodil Classification System. Each Narcissus ‘Minnow’ flowering stem produces up to five scented flowers, which open as lemon coloured flowers, then fade to a creamy white colour as they age. In the UK, Narcissus ‘Minnow’ usually flowers during March and … Continue Reading →

Narcissus ‘Prom Dance’ is a collar daffodil cultivar, from Division 11a of the Royal Horticultural Society’s Classification System. Each Narcissus ‘Prom Dance’ flowering stem produces two to three lemon coloured flowers, which are large and very eye catching.  This is one of those flowers where it tends to evoke a reaction – you either love … Continue Reading →

Narcissus ‘Pueblo’ is a jonquil daffodil cultivar, from Division 7 of the Royal Horticultural Society’s Daffodil Classification System. Each of the flowering stems produced by Narcissus ‘Pueblo’ feature up to three flowers.  The flowers open with soft, lemon yellow cups with soft white perianths, the whole flower then fades to soft white colour as it ages. … Continue Reading →

Narcissus ‘Sailboat’ is a jonquil daffodil cultivar, from Division 7 of the Royal Horticultural Society’s Daffodil Classification System. Each of the flowering stems produced by Narcissus ‘Sailboat’ feature up to three fragrant flowers, which open with pale lemon yellow coloured coronas and white perianths which are swept back.  The corona or cup, fades to a … Continue Reading →

Narcissus ‘Silver Chimes’ is a tazetta daffodil cultivar, from Division 8 of the Royal Horticultural Society’s Daffodil Classification System. Each flowering stem that Narcissus ‘Silver Chimes’ produces, features five to seven scented flowers with white perianths and very pale, soft lemon coloured cups. In the UK, Narcissus ‘Silver Chimes’ usually flowers during April.

Narcissus ‘Sir Winston Churchill’ is a double daffodil cultivar, from Division 4 of the Royal Horticultural Society’s Daffodil Classification System. Each flower stem produced by Narcissus ‘Sir Winston Churchill’ produces up to four, fragrant, creamy white, double flowers that have orange at their centre. In the UK, Narcissus ‘Sir Winston Churchill’ usually flowers during April.

Narcissus ‘Tête Bouclê’ is a new double form of the popular Narcissus ‘Tête–à–tête‘  Narcissus ‘Tête Bouclê’ is a miniature sized, double flowered daffodil cultivar, from Division 4 of the Royal Horticultural Society’s Daffodil Classification System.  This little daffodil produces canary yellow flowers, with a few orange petals in amongst its ruffles. I couldn’t detect any scent from this early to … Continue Reading →

Narcissus ‘Tête–à–tête‘ is a dwarf daffodil cultivar, from Division 12 of the Royal Horticultural Society’s Daffodil Classification System. Narcissus ‘Tête–à–tête‘ produces cheerful, canary yellow, single flowers from early March until mid April.  Narcissus ‘Tête–à–tête‘ is a very easy to grow daffodil cultivar, which is well suited to growing in almost any situation from: containers, hanging baskets, beds and borders.  Narcissus ‘Tête–à–tête‘ … Continue Reading →

Narcissus ‘White Lion’ is a double flowered daffodil cultivar, from Division 4 of the Royal Horticultural Society’s Daffodil Classification System. Narcissus ‘White Lion’ produces white frilly, double flowers, which feature an amalgamation of white coloured petals and yellow orange coloured trumpet interspersed with each other at the flower’s centre.

Narcissus ‘Yellow Cheerfulness’ is a double daffodil cultivar, from Division 4 of the Royal Horticultural Society’s Daffodil Classification System. Each flowering stem that Narcissus ‘Yellow Cheerfulness’ produces features up to four, fragrant, golden-yellow, double flowers. In the UK, Narcissus ‘Yellow Cheerfulness’ usually flowers during April.

Narcissus canaliculatus is a tazetta daffodil cultivar, from Division 8 of the Royal Horticultural Society’s Daffodil Classification System. Narcissus canaliculatus is a small daffodil species, which produces multi-flowered stems, each with three to four scented flowers that display white perianths and yellow cups. Narcissus canaliculatus usually flowers during late March to April, in the UK.

Narcissus ‘Sweetness’ is a jonquil daffodil cultivar, from Division 7 of the Royal Horticultural Society’s Daffodil Classification System. Narcissus ‘Sweetness’ produces one, occasionally two, golden yellow, sweetly scented flowers per flowering stem.