This page contains pictures and information about Narcissus classified under Division 8: Tazetta Daffodils. Narcissus in this division have obvious characteristics inherited from Narcissus tazetta in their ancestry, with broad leaves and three or more fragrant flowers to a stout stem.
Narcissus 'Aspasia' is a late bloomer with white petals and a yellow cup. Photos taken April 2008 by Jay Yourch.
Narcissus 'Avalanche' is a early to mid-season bloomer with many very fragrant flowers per stem. Photos taken March 2007 by Jay Yourch.
Narcissus 'Geranium' is a Tazetta hybrid that is very floriferous and increases well even though almost neglected in my yard. Photo by Angelo Porcelli
Narcissus 'Grand Primo' is an old tazetta hybrid. It is by far the strongest growing Narcissus for me, with bulbs that can reach 10 cm in diameter and often with two sturdy stalks per bulb. Photo by Angelo Porcelli
Narcissus 'Scarlet Gem' is a daffodil with numerous long lasting scented flowers per stem. When planted as dry bulbs in Fall it flowers in mid-season, but left in the ground in mild conditions it will produce leaves in Autumn and be one of the first daffodils to flower. About 14 inches high, it dates from the early 20th. century. Photos by David Pilling; the bulbs are shown on a 10 mm grid.
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