Canyon Wren belongs to the inscrutable "miscellaneous category". Bright in color and spirit Canyon Wren is a tazetta x triandrus cross that could be mistaken for a jonquil. A Grant Mitsch Bird Series cultivar. Scented. Elegant. Show it with a name tag that says "I am not a miniature".
Cyclataz is the lovechild of a species CYCLAmineus and the TAZetta Grande Soleil d'Or . Vigorous, floriferous, wild in form, rich in color. Cyclataz does well in pot culture. ADS Historic. ADS Miniature. She is also the parent of three notable offspring: Jumblie, Golden Quince and Tête-à-Tête -- the most widely grown daffodil of all time. Classified as division 12 miscellaneous because she retains her parents' traits equally. Scented.
Quince is a sister to Tête-à-Tête. Golden Quince is a modern sport of Quince. Rich color with consistent barrel-shaped cups and reflexed petals. A headache-free variety. Serviceable in the rockery and excellent for pot-culture. Golden Quince and Quince have disappeared from the commercial trade because it is so hard to compete with the hydra Tête-à-Tête. The cycaltaz groups are the cyborgs of daffodils - compact, floriferous, increasers and apparently happy to be self-fertile thank you very much.