This page contains pictures and information about Narcissus classified under Division 6: Cyclamineus Daffodils. Narcissus in this division have obvious characteristics inherited from Narcissus cyclamineus in their ancestry, with one nodding flower to a stem and reflexed perianth segments (petals).
Narcissus 'Englander' has N. cyclamineus in its blood. Photo by John Lonsdale.
Narcissus 'Cha Cha' is an unusual colour for this division. Photos by David Pilling. The pot is 5" tall and wide.
Narcissus 'Jetfire' is a vigorous, small, early bloomer with orange and yellow flowers. First two photos taken February 2007 by Jay Yourch. Last two photos by David Pilling, bulbs are on a 10 mm grid.
Narcissus 'Peeping Jenny' Photos by David Pilling. Petals change colour and flowers are long lasting; the same pot of bulbs is shown in all the pictures.
Narcissus 'Rapture' is an early flowering form hybridised by Grant Mitsch and winner of the RHS AGM. Photos by David Pilling, the first one of flowers was taken just after they opened; it takes a day or two before the petals reach the classic swept back position. The bulbs are on a 10 mm grid.
Narcissus 'Toby the First' is an early bloomer with white and yellow flowers. Photos taken March 2008 by Jay Yourch.
Narcissus 'Wilma' bred and photographed by Bill Dijk in New Zealand.
Narcissus 'Wisley' is an early bloomer with white and yellow flowers. Photos taken March 2008 by Jay Yourch.
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