Narcissus Division Five

This page contains pictures and information about Narcissus classified under Division 5: Triandrus Daffodils. Narcissus in this division have obvious characteristics inherited from N. triandrus in their ancestry, with two or more nodding, pendulous flowers to a stem and reflexed perianth segments (petals).


Narcissus 'Dainty Monique'


Narcissus 'Hawera'


Narcissus 'Ice Wings' is a mid-season bloomer with white flowers. Photos taken March 2008 by Jay Yourch.

Narcissus 'Ice Wings', Jay YourchNarcissus 'Ice Wings', Jay Yourch

Narcissus 'Katie Heath' is a mid-season bloomer with white petals and a pink cup. Bred by Brent Heath of Brent and Becky's Bulbs and named after his late Mother. Photos taken March 2008 by Jay Yourch.

Narcissus 'Katie Heath', Jay YourchNarcissus 'Katie Heath', Jay Yourch

Narcissus 'Lemon Drops' is a mid-season bloomer with pale yellow flowers. Photos taken April 2008 by Jay Yourch.

Narcissus 'Lemon Drops', Jay YourchNarcissus 'Lemon Drops' Profile, Jay Yourch

Narcissus 'Petrel' is scented. A petrel is a tube nosed seabird. I counted seven flowers on a single stem, five seems typical. Photos by David Pilling.

Narcissus 'Petrel', 4th May 2015, David PillingNarcissus 'Petrel', 4th May 2015, David PillingNarcissus 'Petrel', 4th May 2015, David PillingNarcissus 'Petrel', 4th May 2015, David Pilling

Narcissus 'Puppet' is a mid-season bloomer with yellow petals and an orange cup. Photos taken March 2008 by Jay Yourch.

Narcissus 'Puppet', Jay YourchNarcissus 'Puppet', Jay Yourch

Narcissus 'Stint' is a mid-season bloomer with pale yellow flowers. Photos 1 and 2 taken April 2007 by Jay Yourch. Photo 3 of bulbs on a 10 mm grid taken by David Pilling. Photo 4 shows plants in an 8 inch pot, and photo 5 compares the flower colour with that of Narcissus 'Saint Victor'; note these are two flowers growing next to one another and not two photographs that have been merged, as a result the light and scale are the same.

Narcissus 'Stint', Jay YourchNarcissus 'Stint' Profile, Jay YourchNarcissus 'Stint' bulb 11th November 2013, David PillingNarcissus 'Stint' 8th April 2014, David PillingNarcissus 'Stint' right, 'Saint Victor' left, 8th April 2014, David PillingNarcissus 'Stint' 14th April 2014, David Pilling

Narcissus 'Thalia' is a mid to late season bloomer with white flowers. First four photos taken March 2007 by Jay Yourch. Last photo by Travis Owen taken in Spring of 2014. If someone says "failure, is an odd name for a flower", Thalia was one of the three graces, a daughter of Zeus, the goddess of festivity and rich banquets. Another daughter of Zeus called Thalia was the muse of comedy whose name meant 'flourishing' or 'verdant'.

Narcissus 'Thalia', Jay YourchNarcissus 'Thalia', Jay YourchNarcissus 'Thalia', Jay YourchNarcissus 'Thalia', Jay YourchNarcissus 'Thalia', Travis Owen

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