Narcissus ‘Art Design’ is a Double Daffodil Cultivar, from Division 4 of the Royal Horticultural Society’s Daffodil Classification System.  These full flowered daffodils produce blooms that open first as soft yellow and white flowers, which change colour as they age.  In ageing, these daffodil flowers become a white and a soft caramel colour, with a hint of peach.

If you’re looking to grow plants for bees and butterflies then this isn’t a daffodil for you, as Narcissus ‘Art Design’ blooms are double and they aren’t accessible to insects. 

Narcissus ‘Pink Wonder’ is a Split-Corona Daffodil Cultivar, from Division 11a of the Royal Horticultural Society’s Daffodil Classification System.

This daffodil’s flowers change colour.  Narcissus ‘Pink Wonder’ flowers open with white petals and a central split corona that’s caramel-orange in colour; the blooms age and the split corona pretty rapidly changes from orange to a peachy-pink colour.

Narcissus ‘Pink Wonder’ is a standard height daffodil with flowering stems of around 40cm (16inches) tall. 

Narcissus ‘Bright Jewel’ is a brightly coloured daffodil with yellow petals and a red-orange trumpet.  This is a really vibrantly coloured flower that stands out across the garden.

I love scented flowers, so I was happy to discover that Narcissus ‘Bright Jewel’ produces lightly scented flowers with a delicate, yet pleasing fragrance.  The scent has a definite hint of aniseed to its perfume – this aniseed character was something I was struck by, each time I encountered Narcissus ‘Bright Jewel’ in the garden.

Narcissus ‘Rose of May’ is a double flowered daffodil cultivar, from Division 4 of the Royal Horticultural Society’s Daffodil Classification System.

Narcissus ‘Rose of May’ produces very large, fully double, frilly white flowers in late springtime.

Please excuse the absence of a photograph to illustrate this daffodil cultivar’s plant page – I ordered bulbs of this daffodil cultivar for my 2018 Scented Daffodil Trial, but sadly another daffodil cultivar was incorrectly sent in this daffodil’s place.

Narcissus ‘Segovia’ is a small cupped daffodil cultivar, from Division 3 of the Royal Horticultural Society’s Daffodil Classification System.

The dainty flowers of Narcissus ‘Segovia’ feature reflexed white coloured perianth petals and a lemon yellow pleated cup.

Narcissus ‘Sweet Love’ is a jonquilla daffodil cultivar, from Division 7 of the Royal Horticultural Society’s Daffodil Classification System.

Narcissus ‘Sweet Love’ produces fragrant white flowers, which feature soft ochre coloured coronas, or cups, which are attractively edged with ivory, giving this daffodil a rather charming vintage air.

Narcissus ‘Sweet Love’ was bred by Brent and Becky Heath, from Becky’s Bulbs, in the USA.

Narcissus ‘Albus Plenus Odoratus’, which is also known as Narcissus ‘Plenus’, is a double flowered daffodil cultivar, from Division 4 of the Royal Horticultural Society’s Daffodil Classification System.

Narcissus ‘Albus Plenus Odoratus’ is an heirloom daffodil cultivar, which was introduced before 1861.  This fragrant daffodil cultivar produces double, white flowers, with a yellow centre, from around the end of April to the end of May, in the UK.

Narcissus ‘Sunlight Sensation’ is a Triandrus daffodil cultivar, from Division 5 of the Royal Horticultural Society’s Daffodil Classification System.

Narcissus ‘Sunlight Sensation’ flowers from mid to late spring.  This daffodil cultivar produces from two to four golden, sunshine yellow coloured flowers per flowering stem.

Narcissus ‘Sunlight Sensation’ was bred by Brent and Becky Heath, from Brent and Becky’s Bulbs, in the USA.

Narcissus ‘Sweet Smiles’ is a jonquil daffodil cultivar, from Division 7 of the Royal Horticultural Society’s Daffodil Classification System.

This daffodil hybrid produces two to three flowers per flowering stem.  The flowers open with white petals and a creamy-apricot coloured corona, or cup, which enriches in colour to a pretty apricot-pink colour as the flower ages.  For the most vibrant coloured daffodils, plant this daffodil in an area where your daffodils will receive full sunshine to dappled shade, as the sunlight helps to enhance the colour of the flowers that the bulbs produce.

Narcissus poeticus var. recurvus is a daffodil species, which can be found growing Europe, this daffodil is listed under Division 13 of the Royal Horticultural Society’s Daffodil Classification System.  Narcissus poeticus var. recurvus is commonly known as the Pheasant’s Eye daffodil.

In my garden, Narcissus poeticus var. recurvus blooms late in the season; they’re the last of my daffodils to come into bloom. 

Narcissus ‘Pipit’ is a jonquilla daffodil, from Division 7 of the Royal Horticultural Society’s Daffodil Classification System.

Narcissus ‘Pipit’ produces two to three flowers per flowering stem, the flowers open as a bright lemon yellow colour, the corona or trumpet then fades to white as the flowers age and mature.

Narcissus ‘Pipit’ has a somewhat similar appearance to Narcissus ‘Verdin’.

Narcissus ‘Elvin’s Voice’ is a Triandrus daffodil cultivar, from Division 5 of the Royal Horticultural Society’s Daffodil Classification System.

Narcissus ‘Elvin’s Voice’ was bred in America.  This daffodil cultivar was named in honour of the opera singer Elvin McDonald, who is also a lifelong gardener, a passionate horticulturist, and author.

Narcissus ‘Sabrosa’ is a jonquil daffodil cultivar, from Division 7 of the Royal Horticultural Society’s Daffodil Classification System.  Narcissus ‘Sabrosa’ was bred by John Blanchard.

Narcissus ‘Sabrosa’ is a dwarf daffodil cultivar, which produces two to three sweetly scented, deep golden yellow coloured flowers per flowering stem.  This daffodil cultivar’s diminutive size makes Narcissus ‘Sabrosa’ an ideal container plant.

Narcissus ‘Quail’ is a jonquil daffodil cultivar, from Division 7 of the Royal Horticultural Society’s Daffodil Classification System.

Narcissus ‘Quail’ produces up to four bright yellow coloured, lightly fragranced flowers per flowering stem.

Narcissus ‘Moonlight Sensation’ is a Triandrus daffodil cultivar, from Division 5 of the Royal Horticultural Society’s Daffodil Classification System.

Narcissus ‘Moonlight Sensation’ is a mid season daffodil cultivar, of standard height.  Narcissus ‘Moonlight Sensation’ produces up to six white, lightly perfumed flowers per flowering stem.

Narcissus ‘Lieke’ is a jonquil daffodil cultivar, from Division 7 of the Royal Horticultural Society’s Daffodil Classification System.

Narcissus ‘Lieke’ produces two to three white flowers per flowering stem, each flower displays a lemon yellow corona or cup.

Narcissus ‘Lieke’ was bred by Brent and Becky Heath, of Brent and Becky’s bulbs, in the USA.

Narcissus ‘Fragrant Breeze’ is a large-cupped daffodil cultivar, from Division 2 of the Royal Horticultural Society’s Daffodil Classification System.

Narcissus ‘Fragrant Breeze’ produces large, fragrant flowers with white outer petals and orange coloured coronas, or cups, which fade a little in colour, from golden orange to soft gold as they age.

Narcissus ‘Elka’ is a trumpet daffodil cultivar, from Division 1 of the Royal Horticultural Society’s Daffodil Classification System.  Narcissus ‘Elka’ produces single flowers, which open as a gentle lemon yellow colour and fade to white as the flowers mature.

Narcissus ‘Elka’ is a dwarf daffodil cultivar, which is ideally suited to planting in containers, or rockeries, as well as garden beds and borders or in amongst grasses.

Narcissus ‘Cragford’ is a Tazetta daffodil cultivar, from Division 8 of the Royal Horticultural Society’s Daffodil Classification System.  Narcissus ‘Cragford’ is an heirloom daffodil cultivar, which was introduced before 1930.

Narcissus ‘Cragford’ produces multi-headed flowers, with white petals and orange red cups, or coronas, in mid spring.  In the UK, this daffodil cultivar usually flowers during the month of April.

Narcissus ‘Cragford’ is very similar in its appearance to Narcissus ‘Geranium’; you can compare the performance, scent, and flowering period of these two daffodil cultivars via my Scented Daffodil Trial Reports. 

Narcissus ‘Blushing Lady’ is a jonquil daffodil cultivar, from Division 7 of the Royal Horticultural Society’s Daffodil Classification System.

Narcissus ‘Blushing Lady’ was developed by Brent and Becky Heath, of Brent and Becky’s Bulbs, from Gloucester, in the USA.