Narcissus Cyclamineus type

("Daffodils / Jonquils")

Narcissus Cyclamineus type

One flower to a stem, perianth segments (petals) significantly reflexed and corona (trumpet or cup) straight and narrow. Some exceptions exist.

What You Need To Know Before You Plant:

When Will This Flower Bloom?

Mid-Late Spring

When Should I Buy and Plant These Bulbs?


What Kind of Light Does This Bulb Prefer?

Full sun to partial shade

What Color Will the Flower Be?

See 'popular varieties'

How Far Apart Should I Plant These Bulbs?

3 in / 8 cm

How Deep Should I Dig?

6 in / 15 cm

How Tall Will It Grow?

10-12 in / 25-30 cm

Recommended Number of Bulbs Per Square Foot?


Is It Deer/Critter Resistant?


How Can I Best Use It in My Landscaping?

In borders, rock gardens, under trees and shrubs and naturalized areas.

Other Popular Varieties

'February Gold' (golden yellow), 'Jack Snipe' (ivory-white, yellow trumpet), 'Jenny' (white), 'Jetfire' (yellow, red cup), 'Jumblie' (golden yellow), 'Little Witch' (yellow), 'Peeping Tom' (lemon yellow) and 'Tete a Tete' (lemon-yellow).

About the Family

Narcissus Family

Narcissus is native to Europe, North Africa and Asia. The common English name is 'Daffodils'. In North America, and especially in the Southern US, they are also commonly called 'Jonquils' but strictly speaking that name only belongs to the rush leaved N. Jonquilla and varieties derived from it.

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