Daffodils are some of the most popular of spring-blooming garden plants. Grown from a bulb planted in autumn or spring, daffodils are known for their yellow or white, cup and saucer shaped blossoms over long green leaves. While casual daffodil growers choose plants for their color and style, they may not know that there are ten different daffodil divisions.
Trumpet Cultivars, Large-Cupped Cultivars, Small-Cupped Cultivars, Double Cultivars, Triandrus Cultivars, Cyclamineus Cultivars, onquilla Cultivars, Tazetta Cultivars, Poeticus Cultivars and Split Corona Cultivars.
I always thought that daffodils were yellow or white…you learn something new every day. This daffodil appears to have a ribbon in the centre, adding character to the lovely bloom.
Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ35 Southland New Zealand September 2011
Tie A Yellow Ribbon Round The Old Oak Tree! – Daffodil