Daffodils

Daffodils flower from late April until June depending on types.

The first ones to flower are the N. cyclamineus hybrids and the last to bloom are cultivars with double flowers. The bulbs are toxic and the sap can cause skin irritation on sensitive skin. 

Daffodils are categorized into 13 divisions according to flower size and shape: :

I. Trumpet

II. Large-cupped

III. Small-cupped 

IV. Double

V. Triandrus cultivars

VI. Cyclamineus cultivars

 

 

VII. Jonquilla cultivars

VIII. Tazetta cultivars

IX. Poeticus cultivars

X.  Bulbocodium cultivars

XI. Split corona

XII. Other cultivars

XIII. Species and wild varieties

small flowered daffodils

Acaena saccaticupula 'Blue Haze'
Cyclamineus hybrids (VI)
Narcissus cyclamineus
Acaena saccaticupula 'Blue Haze'
Jonquilla hybrids (VII)
Narcissus jonquilla
​​
Acaena saccaticupula 'Blue Haze'
Lesser daffodil
Narcissus minor
Acaena saccaticupula 'Blue Haze'
Narcissus x odorus
 
​​
Acaena saccaticupula 'Blue Haze'
Tazetta hybrids (VIII)
Narcissus tazetta

Acaena saccaticupula 'Blue Haze'
Triandrus hybrids (V)
Narcissus triandrus

Large Flowered Daffodils

Acaena saccaticupula 'Blue Haze'
Trumpet daffodils (I)
Narcissus pseudonarcissus

Acaena saccaticupula 'Blue Haze'
Large cupped daffodils (II)
Narcissus x incomparabilis

Acaena saccaticupula 'Blue Haze'
Small cupped daffodils (III)
Narcissus x incomparabilis

Acaena saccaticupula 'Blue Haze'
Double daffodils (IV)
Narcissus x incomparabilis
Acaena saccaticupula 'Blue Haze'
Split corona (XI)
Narcissus x incomparabilis

​​

Acaena saccaticupula 'Blue Haze'
Poeticus hybrids (XI)
Narcissus poeticus
​​​