This page contains pictures and information about Narcissus classified under Division 1: Trumpet Daffodils. Narcissus in this division have one flower to a stem with the corona (cup) is as long or longer than perianth segments (petals).
Narcissus 'Bravoure' is a mid-season bloomer with white petals and a long, straight, yellow trumpet. Photos taken March 2008 by Jay Yourch.
Narcissus 'Chinese Coral' - growing in Riverside, CA. Photo by Jennifer Hildebrand.
Narcissus 'King Alfred'. This was the first of the large trumpet daffodils, bred in the 19th. century in England by John Kendall. It was registed with the RHS in 1899 after his death. The idea and the name have proved more long lived than the original bulbs, newer cultivars being sold under the old name. More information can be found here in a PBS list discussion. Photos David Pilling.
Narcissus 'Mount Hood' is a mid-season blooming, all white trumpet. Photos taken March 2008 by Jay Yourch.
Narcissus 'Pistachio' is a pale yellow mid-season bloomer. Photos taken March 2008 by Jay Yourch.
Narcissus 'Saint Victor' has deep yellow flowers. Photographed by David Pilling; bulbs shown on a 10 mm grid.
Narcissus 'Smiling Sun' is a late bloomer with white petals and a yellow trumpet. Photos taken April 2007 by Jay Yourch.
Narcissus 'Tropical Sunset' is a mid-late season bloomer with white petals and a yellow trumpet. Photos taken April 2007 by Jay Yourch.
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